‘Can He Just Retire’ – Nick Kyrgios’ Latest Update on OnlyFans Raises Questions Over His Future in Tennis

Published 12/09/2023, 4:45 AM EST

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The Australian tennis star, Nick Kyrgios recently revealed on his OnlyFans account that he will not be attending the 2024 Australian Open. Previously, a source informed the fans that Nick Kyrgios’s name was not available in the championship’s entry list. Now the tennis player himself confessed about opting out of the tournament.

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Kyrgios’s 2022 and 2023 went quite badly as the tennis player suffered from both an ankle injury and severe mental health issues. It impacted his professional life so badly that he dropped out of the ATP’s ranking this year. Following this, Nick Kyrgios’s fans wanted to see him back on the court. However, that is not happening for next year’s debut Grand Slam event for sure. Not to mention, fans are completely pissed about it.

Kyrgios’s revelation about his performance at the beginning of 2024 stirred fans’ anger

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Amid all the controversy, Nick Kyrgios revealed on his OnlyFans account that he will not be playing in the 2024 Australian Open due to his injury. Well, fans would remember that this year, Kyrgios suffered a massive double injury, which took his chances to appear in many prestigious tournaments. Now he claimed to not have healed from that accident fully to play the Wombledon next year. However, his fans were keeping cool to date ut this confession truly pissed them very much.

Fans can’t be blamed since Kyrgios also didn’t attempt many games in 2022 due to his addiction issues and mental health problems. For this, even his fans are barred from seeing him perform live on the court. Now that the dream of Kyrgios playing in 2024 Wimbledon is gone, fans are utterly disappointed.

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Fans find Nick’s absence from the 2024 Australian Open a lack of sheer motivation

Kyrgios’s confession about not attending the 2024 Australian Open hit his fans hard. His fans have taken the X (formerly Twitter) to express their views. One fan wrote- “I remember when he withdrew from AO last year for a knee scope that would put him out for 3-6 weeks. Turned out this + a wrist issue – has taken him out for a full year. I wonder the motivation here on Nick’s side to get back out there.” 

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They believe Kyrgios lacks the motivation to return to the court. Another disappointed fan just wanted him to retire. He said- “Can he just retire and we never have to hear him again associated with.” People found him to be just lazy about tennis.

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The whole fan community seemed so pissed that they believed that Kyrgios has almost retired from professional tennis. One such fan wrote- “Why doesn’t he announce that he is actually retired now ? Everyone fails to understand his injury and time for recovery. It looks like he is done with tennis now.” One fan sarcastically said that Nick Kyrgios should stick to OnlyFans since he is not even playing professionally.

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Nick Kyrgios’s absence in the upcoming 2024 Australian Open has brought a lot of anger among the fans. However, keeping his physical issues in mind, we all expect him to recover and return to court in full force. Do you agree with us?

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Upasana Banerjee

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I began my journey as a tennis writer at EssentiallySports after 6.5 years in content creation, including both sports and non-sports topics, gaining wide-ranging expertise. To date, I have contributed more than 600 articles, in both tennis and esports.
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