Sport Injured Nick Kyrgios limps out of Queen's

21:55  19 june  2017
21:55  19 june  2017 Source:   MSN

Nick Kyrgios relishing a return to grass

  Nick Kyrgios relishing a return to grass Nick Kyrgios says he's the fittest he's felt for seven months and ready to make a splash at Queen's Club.The world No.20, endured a difficult time at last month's French Open, crashing out in the second round to Kevin Anderson, frustrated by hip and shoulder issues in addition to grieving over the recent death of his grandfather.

Nick Kyrgios ’ Wimbledon preparations have received a huge blow after he retired hurt from his first round match at Queen ’ s Club against Donald Young. The world No.20, who was playing with strapping on his right leg, slipped at the back of the court midway through the opening set, with the score at 4-4

Nick Kyrgios retires from opening match at Queen ’ s against Donald Young. George BellshawMonday 19 Jun 2017 3:51 pm. Kyrgios was forced to pull out (Picture: Getty). Nick Kyrgios has been forced to retire from his opening match at the Aegon Championships at Queen ’ s after appearing to injure his

Nick Kyrgios' Wimbledon preparations have received a huge blow after he retired hurt from his first round match at Queen's Club against Donald Young. © Shutterstock/REX/Shutterstock Nick Kyrgios' Wimbledon preparations have received a huge blow after he retired hurt from his first round match at Queen's Club against Donald Young. Nick Kyrgios' Wimbledon preparations have received a huge blow after he retired hurt from his first round match at Queen's Club against Donald Young.

The world No.20, who was playing with strapping on his right leg, slipped at the back of the court midway through the opening set, with the score at 4-4, appearing to re-injure his hip on the grass surface.

After receiving a medical time-out, Kyrgios returned to the court but after losing out in a tie-breaker (7-3) to the left-handed American, ranked 50th in the world, he packed his bag and conceded the match.

Kyrgios is now potentially facing a race against time to be fit for Wimbledon, which gets underway on July 3.

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