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Nick Kyrgios, the Greek Australian tennis champion, defeated fellow Greek Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis at the US Open today.

With Serena Williams‘s victory, she delayed her retirement whereas Nick Kyrgios defeats Thanasi Kokkinakis on the opening day of the US Open.

“It was a nightmare when we both saw the draw”,

according to Kyrgios.

He thinks Kokkinakis would have defeated 80% of the opposition tonight and is eager to play doubles with him.

“We’ll play against one another, hopefully never again.”

Kyrgios and his girlfriend were watching Serena. He wants to eat food now and relax.

“I’ve eaten plenty for the day and the night, but relaxing sounds fantastic. I appreciate you following along, and I’ll be returning at least a few more times over the New York fortnight.”

Serena Williams defeated Danka Kovinic to extend her career before she faced the in-form player. After that, Thanasi Kokkinakis was dominated quickly by Nick Kyrgios, his close friend.

Thanasi Kokkinakis was defeated by Nick Kyrgios

The nationals and their doubles partners enter the court.

Despite Serena Williams having to go out and win a tennis match first, the Celebrity Roast is still going on.

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Nick Kyrgios is one of the favourites in the men’s draw as tennis superstar Serena Williams gets ready to bid goodbye. Due to his run to the Wimbledon final and his impressive US hardcourt swing. Keep track of all the current standings and outcomes. Not my favourite, he is a tremendous disgrace to all Australians.

Despite Serena’s mania, Kyrgios concentrates on the Kokkinakis match. “She’s the greatest of all time,” he says.

After Williams plays what may be her final singles match of her career, Nick Kyrgios takes against Thanasi Kokkinakis in an all-Australian showdown.
Soon, Kyrgios vs. Kokkinakis will begin. The nationals and their doubles partners enter the court.

Dedicated to a Black tennis player who broke down barriers, the Arthur Ashe Court is part of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Women’s tennis was given its big break by the lady who gave it its name.

Our other three eyes will be on the Australians, but we’ll watch Tsitsipas-Galan because Galan managed to hold a challenging service game while receiving care for a leg wound. Thanks to AP, Williams wasn’t at her best early on.

But before a sold-out crowd erupted with the energy of a big-ticket final, the American triumphed with a record-breaking 107th victory at the competition she has won six times.

Tsitsipas was satisfied with the service he received. Serena (we’ll call her by her first name since, like Madonna or Cher, she is best known by that moniker and also because her sister Venus Williams is among the all-time greats of the sport) has spent a few decades merely chasing opponents off the court.

Williams then started to appear much more like someone who has won 23 grand slam titles overall and six at Flushing Meadows. Finally, we will get to the all-Australian men’s first-round match if you are watching.