Nick Kyrgios And Victoria Azarenka Continue Twitter Romance After Miami Open? Aussie Phenom And Bulgarian Beauty Take Time Before French Open 2015 For Love?


Nick Kyrgios And Victoria Azarenka Continue Twitter Romance After Miami Open? Aussie Phenom And Bulgarian Beauty Take Time Before French Open 2015 For Love?
Nick Kyrgios And Victoria Azarenka Continue Twitter Romance After Miami Open? Aussie Phenom And Bulgarian Beauty Take Time Before French Open 2015 For Love?

Nick Kyrgios and Victoria Azarenka may have continued their Twitter romance off court after Miami Open.

The fact that the Aussie phenom and Bulgarian beauty both flunked out of Miami Open quickly this year means that they both had time to invest some time in their relationship.

While Nick Kyrgios and Victoria Azarenka have not been caught off court, the rumors are already spreading about their chemistry.

The young Aussie phenom amped up his flirting game with Victoria Azarenka after Australian Open 2015 and it looks like he won’t slow down as the season progresses into French Open 2015.

Although the 19-year-old tennis player flopped hard at this year’s Miami Open, that doesn’t mean that he is done playing the love game.

When the 19-year-old Aussie tennis phenom invited his fans to ask him some questions on Twitter, the 25-year-old Belarusian didn’t hesitate to ask him a suggestive question.

Victoria Azarenka asked: “How can I learn to serve as big as you?” To that, Nick Kyrgios answered, “Private lessons of course.” She replied: “Okay I’ll book one.” We would love to see how their private tennis lesson would go after Australian Open 2015! Now both eliminated from the tournament, Nick and Victoria may have some free time to indulge in this flirting game on and off Twitter! He boosted his ranking to 35 – not too shabby! According to Sports Illustrated, Nick Kyrgios decided to take off the next two tournaments to focus on injury recovery… and possibly to give that promised private lesson to Victoria Azarenka.

His coach said: “Davis Cup’s a priority for him and he really wants to get there.

He’s desperate to represent Australia and I think everyone feels it’s a tie we could win… [So] we certainly want to get there, doing everything possible to get there and it’s still a priority on his schedule.” According to the article, “Kyrgios will rest for the next two weeks to prevent problems with his L3 vertebra from developing into a stress fracture.

The recovery period will see the 19-year-old miss the Open 13 tournament in France on Feb.

16 and the Dubai Championships the week after.” Best of luck to Nick Kyrgios as he prepares for French Open!

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