‘Novak knows’ – Nick Kyrgios pokes fun at Novak Djokovic as Roger Federer sheds tears in his latest performance

Roger Federer’s 24-year career has come to an end. Federer played his last ATP match at the Laver Cup. The Swiss maestro played doubles alongside Spain’s Rafael Nadal in his farewell match, who eventually lost to Team World’s Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock. Despite winning the first set, Team Europe lost the second set in the tiebreak before losing the decider 11-9.

The 20-time Grand Slam champion is leaving the sport as a tennis legend, having spent 310 weeks at world number one during his illustrious career, in addition to 103 ATP singles titles. Recently, messages for the tennis great star flooded social media, thanking and applauding him for what he had achieved.


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Nick Kyrgios’ hilarious reaction to Novak Djokovic

Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios accepted on his Instagram account Split a farewell post for Federer on the occasion of his last match. The picture had the Big 3 in the frame. It was a picture with different emotions. It had Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal shed tears and Novak Djokovic standing smiling behind the 20-time Grand Slam champion.

Roger Federer of Team Europe and Nick Kyrgios of Team World pose for photos during Day 2 of the Laver Cup 2019 at Palexpo on September 21, 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland. In the Laver Cup, six players from the rest of the world compete against their counterparts from Europe. Team World is led by John McEnroe and Team Europe by Bjorn Borg. The tournament runs from September 20th to 22nd. (Photo by RvS.Media/Monika Majer/Getty Images)

The 27-year-old co-wrote the picture “Goodbye King” for the tennis legend, but also expressed his hilarious reaction upon seeing this picture. He wrote, “Novak knows the chances for slams are better now. Rafa is shaken.”


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Djokovic currently has one more Grand Slam title than Federer. However, the US Open The quarter-finalist poked fun at the 21-time champion, saying that now that Federer is retiring he may have more chances to win. And on the other hand, Nadal looked devastated as his good friend and rival retired from the sport.

Kyrgios missed Roger Federer’s farewell tournament

The 27-year-old should actually play Laver Cup this year, but in August Nick Kyrgios shared that he would not attend and would rather choose to spend time with his family and girlfriend.


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Kyrgios met Federer three Editions of the Laver Cup. Remarkably, Kyrgios won his very first meeting in 2015. However, Federer won all of the next six meetings between them.

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