Wimbledon 2016 dates Andy Murray and Nick Kyrgios match in a few hours via live stream on Centre Court. Many of the fans are expecting a thrilling and tough head-to-head game between great tennis players.
Both have played a match against each other in ATP World Tour Masters in Canada with 6-2, 6-2 results. In addition, they already met in Australia, France and in the United States in 2015. Yet, today will mark their first match on grass and in Wimbledon.
The match later on will be considered one of the toughest and challenging game since both Murray and Kyrgios have big reputations in professional tennis. “That’s you guys, trying to wind him up the whole time,” Murray said.
World No. 2-ranked Andy Murray recognized his opponent’s weaknesses particularly on Nick Kyrgios’ mistakes on court. “It’s not really fair on him, to be honest. When he makes a mistake, yeah, it’s fine, and I don’t have a problem reporting on him making a mistake or doing something wrong,” he stated.
“But it happens a lot where it doesn’t seem like he’s really done much in comparison to what other players are doing – and he’s the one that gets asked all the questions about it,” Murray added.
During an interview with Telegraph, he mentioned Kyrgios’ need to improve more especially on dealing with all attention and questions about his game performance specially mistakes and stuff.
“Obviously I’m sure over time he’ll start to do better and understand better how to deal with all of the attention and the questions and stuff. But sometimes he hasn’t done loads wrong and he’s got a rough ride,” he continued.
In response to Murray’s statements, Australian pro tennis player Nick Kyrgios noted that he and his next opponent were great mates. In fact, he described Andy as one of his favorite match to win the competition in Wimbledon 2016.
“We’re great mates and I’m looking forward to it. Obviously I would have liked a normal recovery before that much, but I’ve played some good tennis and it’ll be fun. Andy Murray on Centre Court at Wimbledon, it doesn’t get any better than that,” Kyrgios said.
Tennis Live also reported predictions on Brit’s Andy Murray winning the first round match with Australian Nick Kyrgios with 7-5, 6-3, 4-6, 6-1 in Wimbledon 2016.
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