Nick Kyrgios in 'the most uncomfortable' situation after 'nightmare' US Open win

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“When the ball is on his racquet, he’s dictating play, he’s probably one of the best players in the world. I didn’t want to be on the receiving end of that forehand tonight. I was telling some people I feel like he had a really good opportunity, the way his body is, the way he’s holding up physically, his belief to play match after match.

“I thought he had an opportunity to go far in the draw. It’s unfortunate. The way I’m playing, the goals I have, I felt like I had a good opportunity in this tournament too. Look, it is what it is. I felt I dealt with it pretty professionally. We are going to play each other, hopefully, never again. We will just close that out. I am just happy to move forward.”



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