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Nick Kyrgios saves Australian comedian Elliot Loney’s life with spine-tingling act of care

Nick Kyrgios saves Australian comedian Elliot Loney’s life with spine-tingling act of care

We know Nick Kyrgios the player, not the person.

That’s what popular Australian comedian Elliot Loney is urging us to remember, after he says he had his life “saved” by close friend, Kyrgios, during a dark period in his life that spiralled him into a suicidal state.

Loney is a stand-up comic, best know for his impersonations, arguably the most famous of which being that of tennis legend Rafael Nadal.

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He has become an internet sensation since his videos first went viral in 2015, having also done skits on Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Roger Federer, Kyrgios, Bernard Tomic, Donald Trump and a number of other global celebrities not limited to tennis.

His friendships with Kyrios and fellow professional tennis star Thanasi Kokkinakis are famous.

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But the 29-year-old hit rock bottom this year during a tough period for his mental health and, at his lowest ebb, found solace only in the support of Kyrigos, who reached out to him.

“This year for me has been tough,” Loney said in a lengthy social media statement.

“I won’t go into detail. But without doubt there have been days where I wanted to end it all. I’ve been a wreck. Pain the likes of which I never thought I’d have to endure.

Nick Kyrgios saved his friend’s life. Credit: Getty

“I’ll never forget this; the first person who called me? Nick Kyrgios. I was a mess.

“He stayed on the phone with me until I stopped crying and shared his own similar experiences in losing a loved one/enduring hardship with me so I didn’t feel so alone.”

The act of kindness compelled Loney to dispel some of the common myths about Kyrgios, whose on-court temperament has, at times during his career, seen him painted as the ‘bad guy’ of men’s tennis.

“The ‘bad guy’ of Australian tennis?” Loney continued, “maybe you should question what you hear or read from time to time.”

He went on to explain how his mate went a step further in making sure he was OK.

“When you go through tough times, you find who the real ones are in your life,” Loney said.

“Nick, being the guy he is, flew me to Canberra, took me in with his family, looked after me, made me laugh for the first time in over a month. Took my mind off the suffering, treated me like family.

“Then, to top it all off, after we went to the gym together one day, he saw I had blood seeping through the heel of my sock caused by my heavily dilapidated Nike shoes. ‘Bro, you need new shoes. I got you.’ The guy went online and ordered me five pairs of Nike shoes and some clothes. I told him not to worry but he wouldn’t accept it.

“An hour later after l’d thanked him profusely he casually asked, ‘Oi bro, what’s your dad’s shoe size’. He then did the same thing for my dad — who he’s never met.”

Elliot Loney (left) is also good mates with Thanasi Kokkinakis. Credit: Daniel Pockett/Getty Images

Loney said Kyrgios is “one of the most selfless, genuine, caring people I have ever known”.

“I’m so honoured to call Nick a friend,” he added.

“Never judge a book by its cover and never ever believe what you hear because sometimes a villain in someone else’s story could end up being a hero in yours.

“To the ‘villain’ of Australian tennis: thanks for everything, you saved my life.”

If you need help in a crisis, call Lifeline on 13 11 14. For further information about depression contact beyondblue on 1300224636 or talk to your GP, local health professional or someone you trust.

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