Nick Kyrgios - Canberra, Australia
18 Singles Ranking
Australia Australia
  Age:22 (27.04.1995)
Birthplace:Canberra, Australia
Residence:Canberra, AUS / Nassau, BAH
Height:6'4" (193 cm)
Weight:187 lbs (85 kg)
Turned Pro:2013
Coach:Sebastien Grosjean
Singles Statistics as of 21.08.2017
  Ranking Week Change W-L Titles Prize Money*
2016 Current 18   5 26-12 0 $1,496,179
Career High 13 24.10.2016 101-57 3 $5,085,598 *Singles & Doubles combined
Doubles Statistics as of 21.08.2017
  Ranking Week Change W-L Titles Prize Money*
2016 Current 75   - 11-5 0 $1,496,179
Career High 68 19.06.2017 20-23 0 $5,085,598 *Singles & Doubles combined
FedEx ATP Head 2 Head

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Player Stats as of: 21.08.2017

Service Record Year-to-Date
Aces 420
Double Faults 127
1st Serve 65%
1st Serve Points Won 79%
2nd Serve Points Won 56%
Break Points Faced 118
Break Points Saved 64%
Service Games Played 413
Service Games Won 90%
Service Points Won 71%
Return Record Year-to-Date
1st Serve Return Points Won 25%
2nd Serve Return Points Won 47%
Break Points Opportunities 198
Break Points Converted 36%
Return Games Played 406
Return Games Won 18%
Return Points Won 34%
Total Points Won 52%
Year In Review


At the Australian Open, the Australian became the first teenager to rally from two sets down twice at a Grand Slam tournament since Krickstein, who came back twice in the 1986 US Open…He recovered vs. Delbonis in 1R and Seppi in 4R…First teenager to reach the Australian Open QFs since Cherkasov in 1990; last Australian teenager was Cash in 1984…The last teenager to reach multiple Grand Slam QFs was Federer at 2001 French Open and Wimbledon…

Beat No. 23 seed Karlovic in Australian Open 1R; saved one match points in 86 fifth set win over Seppi in 4R en route to second Grand Slam championship QF (also 2014 Wimbledon), losing to Murray…

On 22 April, failed to convert two match points versus Ymer in 76(7) third set loss in Barcelona 2R...

On 2 May, contested his first ATP World Tour final at Estoril (l. to Gasquet)...

On 6 May, saved two match points to beat No. 2-ranked Federer 76(12) in third set TB in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid 2R; fell to Isner in 3R...

On 16 May, with Sock, failed to convert one match point at 9/8 in Match TB loss versus Granollers-Lopez in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome SFs...On 20 May, retired due to elbow injury at 34 versus Thiem in Nice 2R...Reached Roland Garros 3R (l. to Murray)...


Full name is Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios. Nicknamed “Kygs”...Started playing tennis at age 7 with his mother...Father, George is Greek and a painter and decorator; mother, Norlaila, is from Malaysia and a computer software engineer; older brother Christos is a lawyer and owner of a Gold’s Gym; older sister Halimah is a singer and an actress...Enjoys playing on all surfaces and considers serve his best shot...Listens to a variety of music but specifically likes Lil Wayne, Drake and Rihanna. Likes comedies and watches TV show Family Guy..Enjoys watching and playing basketball, favourite NBA team is Boston Celtics and favourite player Kevin Garnett. Also fan of Tottenham Hotspur F.C. and Emanuele Adebayor...Idols growing up were Federer, Tsonga, LeBron James and Michael Jordan...Considers Wimbledon and US Open as favourite tournaments...Best memory in tennis so far was reaching QF at Wimbledon 2014...Awarded with Australia’s Newcombe Medal in ’14, which is given annually to Australia’s most outstanding tennis player...Has trained at the Australian Institute of Sport since 2012 alongside Tennis Australia...Coached by former ATP pro Todd Larkham. Fitness trainers are Aaron Kellett and Matt James.

Kyrgios: Stars of Tomorrow (Apr. 2014)
Kyrgios Feature (Mar. 2013)
Kyrgios Guest Edits ATP Insider (Sep. 2014)

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