Nick Kyrgios Wimbledon 2019

Former world No.1 Roddick hilariously avoids commenting on Nick Kyrgios (apart from his tennis)

US Open Champion and American tennis hero Andy Roddick cleverly avoided being drawn into the debate over Nick Kyrgios and his behaviour by giving a very short answer to a loaded question during a televised interview!


Plenty of tennis experts are happily discussing the behaviour of Nick Kyrgios at the moment but sometimes less is more which andy Roddick his hilariously shown during a televised interview

Roddick was speaking at the Atlanta Open in a press conference when he was asked, “What do you think about the Nick Kyrgios game” at which point Roddick answered, “I think his game his game is very good”.

However the crowd then burst into laughter as many of them perceived that Roddick was deliberately not mentioning anything else about Kyrgios and the some may listen to the tone of Roddick’s and agree that he had more to say but was choosing not to. you can see the televised interview here:

Andy Roddick retired from professional tennis on his 30th birthday at the US Open in 2012. During his illustrious career he accumulated over $20m in prize, reached no.1 in thew world in 2003, won the US Open men’s singles in 2003 and reached the final of the Wimbledon men’s singles 3 times only to lose to Roger Federer on all 3 occasions.

Nick Kyrgios has a career high ranking of 13 in the world and has reached the quarter final of both Wimbledon and the Australian Open

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