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‘Loved Watching That Federer One-Two’ – Nick Kyrgios Lays Bare Swiss Maestro’s Phenomenal Trait That He Wishes to Emulate on His Return

Published 11/21/2023, 6:38 AM EST

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This season, Nick Kyrgios has only participated in one competitive match because of his struggles with wrist and knee injuries. With his recent absence from the court, the Australian tennis player has begun a new role within the tennis circuit. During the recently concluded Nitto ATP Finals, the ‘bad boy of tennis’ made his debut as an analyst and commentator.

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Meanwhile, the controversial tennis player has issued his take on a variety of topics regarding the racket game, including the surface of the courts. While candidly talking about the idea of aggressive tennis on the fast courts, Kyrgios opened up about his wish to bring back a Roger Federer-like on-court trait.

Nick Kyrgios expresses his admiration for a particular trait of Roger Federer


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The Swiss former tennis player has often mesmerized the audience with his stylish skills and prowess at making unconventional swings on the court. Even his one-two punches of a gentler variety were often lauded by the entire tennis community during his heyday. Reminiscing about his captivating performances, Nick Kyrgios was prompted to open up about his ‘Federer’ wish.

During a discussion about the idea of aggressive on-court performances in the Tennis Channel broadcast, the Aussie revealed how he wants to see some “bang-bang, one-two tennis”. Kyrgios said, “I want to see some bang-bang, one-two tennis—and a lot of those Federer fans still out there want to see that too. I loved watching that Federer one-two.”


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The ‘bad boy of tennis’ also asserted that Federer’s fanbase might also be missing the Swiss maestro’s fast one-two punches on the court. Apart from Kyrgios, the American tennis veteran Andy Roddick also advocated the idea of aggressive tennis on the courts.


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Andy Roddick on how aggressive tennis is more rewarding

The former Grand Slam champion, who is also part of the Tennis Channel broadcast, talked about the authorities’ decision to make the transition from slower to faster courts. Meanwhile, Andy Roddick also opened up about how he would like to see more variety and aggressive tennis on the courts, as it is much more rewarding. The American tennis veteran said, “I’d like to see more variety. It’s good to play on [fast] courts like these, where aggressive tennis gets rewarded a little bit more.”

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Written by:

Anurag Gusain


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Like millions of fans around the world, my foray into the world of tennis began after witnessing the incredible domination of the ‘King of Clay’ over the past decade. It was my passion for tennis that initially drew me to the dynamic field of sports journalism. My professional journey in sports journalism with EssentiallySports has seen me cover over 1000 articles, focusing on almost every ATP and WTA tournament, including Grand Slams.
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