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‘Drinking and partying’ Nick Kyrgios says ‘you’ll never see me again’

‘Drinking and partying’ Nick Kyrgios says ‘you’ll never see me again’

Australian tennis superstar Nick Kyrgios has hinted again that the end of his sporting career is in sight.

Speaking at the Ultimate Tennis Show in Los Angeles, Kyrgios, who is 28 years old, said all the “drinking and partying” would certainly mean he’s career would race to an end before he turns 33.

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The world No. 35 scoffed at the idea of playing deep into his 30s like modern-day tennis icons Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.

At 36, Djokovic is still going strong and Federer, who is 41, only officially retired last year.

Kyrgios, who is famous for not having a coach, has regularly struggled with injuries.

Nick Kyrgios recently had five people working on his back at the same time for huge tattoo. Credit: Instagram

He did not play at Wimbledon this year because of a wrist issue and has only managed one match in 2023.

He was shock withdrawal at last year’s Australian Open due to a knee injury that required surgery.

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Following that arthroscopic procedure – which cleaned up his lateral meniscus and removed a paralabral – he was in a full leg brace and on crutches.

In his return game in June, he said, somewhat disturbingly: “I feel my knee every point … I can’t walk without pain.”

Now, he concedes, the curtain is closing on his time in the spotlight and he was quick to shut down a question about playing on for another five years.

“No f***ing chance,” he said.

“No way. Bro, there’s no chance I’m playing until 33.

“Kyrgios playing until 33 is insane. I’m not playing until 33.

“Nah, I promise you, when I’m gone, you’ll never see me again.”

He said the demands of the tennis tour were too extreme, an issue he has repeatedly raised.

“The schedule is out of control,” Kyrgios said.

“I’m getting old. I’m getting old.

“Twenty-eight. Yeah. But all the drinking and partying, I’m like 57.”

Nick Kyrgios recently shared on Instagram this photo of himself with Mike Tyson. Credit: Instagram

Kyrgios recently posted a picture of himself with boxing icon ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson on his Instagram page, while also taking his love for the globally loved Nintendo game , Pokémon, to a new level.

On Tuesday, Kyrgios shared photos from Los Angeles of a five-person job to ink an entire back-covering tattoo of some of his favourite Pokémon.

Among the Pokémon packed into the work of art are Blastoise, Dragonite, Snorlax, Gengar, Gyarados and, one of the rarest Pokémon in the animated series and games, Mewtwo.

“Five artists at once at one of the best studios in the world. Wish me luck, back is getting completely covered,” he wrote.

Kyrgios’s choice of subject for his new tattoo seemed to leave both his girlfriend Costeen Hatzi and his mother Nill stunned.

“Omg,” she wrote on Instagram.

Nill wrote: “NO!!!!!!”

However, his brother Christos was more positive: “Pokemon master, love it.”

Ironically, for player who has been coachless over the years, he hinted that coaching could be an option after his playing days are over.

“I think I might just coach,” he revealed. “Coach Foe (Frances Tiafoe) full-time. That would be sick.”

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