“If Djokovic can't beat me, he will never be the best of all time”

Very few tennis players on the ATP circuit can boast of having a positive balance in their direct confrontations with Novak Djokovic and one of them is the Australian Nick Kyrgios.

Kyrgios, who in recent months has been very critical of Djokovic for his attitude to the coronavirus pandemic, He wanted to boast of this feat in his latest statements, as he has prevailed over the Serbian in his two matches on the circuit.

In statements collected by the Australian newspaper Herald Sun, Kyrgios justified these data to affirm that, for him, Djokovic will never be the greatest. “There is no problem how many Grand Slam Djokovic wins. He will never be the greatest for me. I have played him twice, and if he cannot beat me, he will never be the greatest of all time.”

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Balance of the clashes between Nick Kyrgios and Novak Djokovic in their clashes on the ATP circuit.

The two matches between Kyrgios and Djokovic took place in 2017. In the first Kyrgios beat Djokovic in the quarterfinals of the Acapulco tournament by 7-6 (9) and 7-5, and in the second the Australian again defeated the Serbian in the round of 16 at Indian Wells 6-4, 7-6 (3). Kyrgios is once again the scourge of the number 1 in the world … also on the track.