The Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios has assured that he does not think he can sit down to "have a beer" with the Spaniard Rafa Nadal, with whom he will face in the second round of Wimbledon, the third 'Grand Slam' of the season, and has recognized that He was very "happy" to know that he was on his side of the picture, in addition to regret that his way of playing and celebrating the victories cause "a great stir".
"I'm not sure that Rafa and I can go down to the Dog & Foxy -pub from Wimbledon- to have a beer together. I do not know him at all, I know him as a tennis player. We respect each other, but I think that's it, "he said at a press conference after the victory against his compatriot Jordan Thompson (7-6 (4), 3-6, 7-6 (10), 0-6, 6- one).
In addition, he was happy to face the Balearic. "As soon as the raffle came out, I was very happy to see him on my side of the draw, it's more exciting," he said. "When you're a kid, you want to play with the best players in the world on the best track in the world. It's something you can not take for granted, "he said.
On the other hand, Canberra, 24, refused to be a provocateur. "I just go out, I have fun, I play the game the way I want it to be played, the sport has a serious problem with that, just because I'm different, because I do it in a different way, it causes a big stir," he said. "If all were equal, it would be very boring, right?" He concluded.
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