‘Not a good experience’ – Nick Kyrgios’ mum’s candid revelation on why she’s no longer going to his games

Nick Kyrgios recently reached the peak of his career. After years of dedication and hard work, the Australian tennis ace finally made it to the final of a Grand Slam. Like fans of every other entity, his fans were excited to see him play for his first-ever Grand Slam trophy. However, unlike others, he didn’t have his biggest supporter in the crowd.

Kyrgios’ mother couldn’t attend his game due to a medical problem. Apart from that, however, she also has other reasons for missing her son’s games.

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Norlaila’s rationale

Speaking to tonight’s host Karl Stefanovic, Norlaila Kyrgios explained how nervousness of the game made her avoid the Wimbledon final. she said “Actually, I didn’t watch the game. I slept very well.”

After that she added “I actually saw him walking onto the pitch. I love it, you know, watching him walk through Wimbledon, just the atmosphere. I watched it until I thought as they started warming up and I said, ‘Good luck,’ and I went to bed.”

March 27, 2022; Miami Gardens, FL, United States; Nick Kyrgios (AUS) hits a forehand against Fabio Fognini (ITA) (not pictured) in a men’s singles third round match at the Miami Open at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Norlaila suffers from an autoimmune disease known as eosinophilia. However, the lack of knowledge about the game mostly keeps her from attending the 27-year-old’s matches. as she confessed “You really don’t know when to stand, when to clap and when to shout. We have been there and it’s not a good experience.”

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Kyrgios, who made it to the final round of the tournament by beating high-profile players like world No. 4 Stefanos Tsitsipas, failed to defeat Novak Djokovic. The 21-time Grand Slam winner outclassed the Aussie in a four-set match at the expense of the first set. Although Kyrgios has been more than happy with his run and is preparing to have better or similar results at the upcoming Grand Slam.

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The former world No. 13, after missing the singles of Atlanta’s ATP250 event with a knee injury, showed excellent doubles in the game. Along with fellow Australian tennis player Thanasi Kokkinakis, he clinched the trophy the tournament had to offer.

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now Kyrgios is ready to test his skills on the hard courts at the Citi Open. He will compete with 29-year-old American Marcos Giron for a place in the second round of the ATP 500 event.

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