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Nick Kyrgios Ends 2021 Season

Nick Kyrgios announced on Instagram Monday evening that he has been suffering from a left knee complaint and is flying home to Australia to receive treatment in the hopes of being 100 per cent for the Australian Open.

“Over the past couple months I haven’t been 100 per cent healthy. I’ve been dealing with left knee patella tendinopathy and continuing to play without treating it can lead to further pain and greater setbacks,” Kyrgios wrote. “I’ve chosen to fly back to Australia to reassess and am planning to get PRP treatment to settle down and rehab my knee.

“I’m disappointed it has kept me from playing my best and hopefully with everything going smoothly I’ll be back to 100 per cent by the Australian Open. All love.” 

Kyrgios played this weekend at the Laver Cup for Team World, where he lost a singles match against Stefanos Tsitsipas and fell in doubles alongside John Isner.

The 26-year-old finishes his season with a 7-8 record. He did not compete between the Australian Open and Wimbledon.

Nick Kyrgios announced on Instagram Monday evening that he has been suffering from a left knee complaint and is flying home to Australia to receive treatment in the hopes of being 100 per cent for the Australian Open.
“Over the past couple months I haven’t been 100 per cent healthy. I’ve been dealing with left knee patella tendinopathy and continuing to play without treating it can lead to further pain and greater setbacks,” Kyrgios wrote. “I’ve chosen to fly back to Australia to reassess and am planning to get PRP treatment to settle down and rehab my knee.
“I’m disappointed it has kept me from playing my best and hopefully with everything going smoothly I’ll be back to 100 per cent by the Australian Open. All love.” 
Kyrgios played this weekend at the Laver Cup for Team World, where he lost a singles match against Stefanos Tsitsipas and fell in doubles alongside John Isner.
The 26-year-old finishes his season with a 7-8 record. He did not compete between the Australian Open and Wimbledon.

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