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Nick Kyrgios hilariously searches for partner on Twitter as he’s let down by Brit Norrie

Nick Kyrgios often does things his own way and that was never more apparent as he searches for a doubles partner for his next tournament in China


Nick Kyrgios has had to ask his followers on Twitter if anyone will p[lay doubles with him after he was ‘dogged’ by British player Cameron Norrie who it seems had originally agreed to play with Kyrgios but then changed his mind.

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According to Kyrgios, him and Norrie were due to ;play doubles together at the Zhuhai Championships in China starting on the 23rd September but now Kyrgios has had to take to social media after he’s struggled to find a partner to replace Norrie. Kyrgios posted on his Twitter feed:

Kyrgios has been playing more doubles recently and has partnered with a great many different players including Stefanos Tsitsipas. The Australian has been keen to promote the format in an attempt to raise awareness and encourage more of he regular singles players on the ATP Tour to play doubles.

another playing doing the same has been andy Murray who has used doubles as a way of playing competitive tennis whilst he fights to regain full match fitness after hip surgery.

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