Nick Kyrgios looks like a man who has been let down by his own game

Nick Kyrgios ‘devastated’ after quarterfinal defeat to Karen Khachanov as he destroys two rackets on court

The Australian Open in November is a year away and the Australian Open hopes to have a new home.

The 2019 Australian Open will be held at Melbourne Park until the end of 2020.

Karen Khachanov and Mischa Zverev beat Nick Kyrgios and Ryan Harrison in the first two rounds of the Australian Open this week.

On Saturday, Kyrgios looked like a man who has been let down by his own game after a quarterfinal defeat to Karen Khachanov.

The Australian Open is a year away and the Australian Open hopes to have a new home.

The 2019 Australian Open will be held at Melbourne Park until the end of 2020.The Australian Open is a year away and the Australian Open hopes to have a new home.

Kyrgios, 22, has the worst season of any player seeded at a Grand Slam event.

He has dropped three of his five matches in the first two rounds this week. His match against Khachanov in particular was not the most fluid. There were numerous instances when he was unable to reach any shots.

In the second set he missed an angled backhand winner from the baseline and there was an error from Khachanov when he tried to volley downcourt. From that point, Kyrgios’ game looked like it was broken. He missed his chances like the best player in the world had no chance for them.

However, Kyrgios is not the only player who has failed to grasp the new surface. In the match against Harrison in particular, the former world No. 2 has looked like a man who has been let down by his own game.

He made his first two points of the match, two good shots which he hit with his right shoulder, but once there was a break point he could not find any other shot and

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