Nick Kyrgios Despairs Over Injury Days Before French Open 2015: Aussie Phenom Loses Chance To Woo Victoria Azarenka In France


Nick Kyrgios Despairs Over Injury Days Before French Open 2015: Aussie Phenom Loses Chance To Woo Victoria Azarenka In France
Nick Kyrgios Despairs Over Injury Days Before French Open 2015: Aussie Phenom Loses Chance To Woo Victoria Azarenka In France

Nick Kyrgios may be in depths of despair after withdrawing from Nice clay court tournaments just days before French Open 2015.

That means that the Aussie phenom will lose another chance to woo Victoria Azarenka.

According to ABC, “Australia’s Nick Kyrgios has pulled out of the Nice clay court tournament with injury, just four days from the start of the French Open.

Kyrgios, who knocked Rafael Nadal out of Wimbledon last year and defeated Roger Federer on clay in Madrid this month, retired from his second round match against Dominic Thiem of Austria with an elbow injury.” But this may be his tactic to take care of himself before things get real at French Open 2015.

Nick Kyrgios is so close to achieving his career-high ranking and he may be doing this for Victoria Azarenka to take notice.

He also has been making jokes on Twitter in hopes of capturing Victoria Azarenka’s attention.

The fans are wondering if Nick Kyrgios and Victoria Azarenka got any balls rolling after their previous Twitter flirting.

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.” Best of luck to Nick Kyrgios as he prepares for French Open 2015!

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