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Nick Kyrgios takes on World No. 2 Daniil Medvedev in Bold style serving underarm

Aussie livewire Nick Kyrgios takes on World No. 2 in BOLD style throwing an underarm serve in the first set – after promising more of his on court antics because ‘tennis is boring’

An under pressure Nick Kyrgios is battling it out in a tough second round Australian Open match up against the World No. 2, with the frustrated Aussie blowing up at the chair umpire for not allowing him enough time in-between serves.

Russia’s Daniil Medvedev had Kyrgios on the back foot early on, as fired up fans piled into Melbourne Park’s Rod Laver Arena for the Thursday night showdown. 

It didn’t take the 26-year-old long to get the crowd fired up, sending down his trademark underarm serve to save a break point.

The tennis bad boy promised the crowd before the contest, he would not stop the on-court antics he has become famous for.

‘Well I mean, tennis is pretty boring,’ he joked to the Herald Sun.’

‘So if I don’t do things that keep me stimulated I don’t tend to play very good.’ 


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