Nick Kyrgios lands very interesting gig at ATP Finals

Kyrgios set to be in Turin – but not as a participant.

Nick Kyrgios maybe won’t be competing at this year’s ATP Finals but he will still be present at the prestigious tournament as the Australian is set to work as an analyst for Tennis Channel in Turin, the network announced.

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Kyrgios, the 2022 Wimbledon runner-up, appeared in just one tournament this year due to knee and wrist injuries. “Nick Kyrgios, whose electric style of play and straight-to-the-point conversational approach have endeared him to millions of fans around the world, is joining Tennis Channel as an analyst during its coverage of the ATP Finals November 12-19.

It will be Kyrgios’ first time working with the network, and it will happen during the most exclusive event in men’s tennis, with just the top-eight singles players and doubles teams qualifying for the event based on points earned during the 2023 season,” Tennis Channel said in a statement.

Kyrgios set to work as an analyst during the ATP Finals
In Turin, the eight best players from this season are set to compete for the ATP Finals title – Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev, Jannik Sinner, Andrey Rublev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev, and Holger Rune.

Kyrgios, who has played against and won against the majority of those players, will certainly be able to provide great insight during this year’s ATP Finals matches. Meanwhile, Kyrgios made his ATP Finals debut last year – but in doubles.

Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis, who won the 2022 Australian Open men’s doubles title, debuted as a pair at last year’s ATP Finals. In their ATP Finals debut, Kyrgios and Kokkinakis didn’t make a really impressive run since they went 1-2 in the group stage and failed to make the semifinal.

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After missing basically the entire 2023 season due to injuries, Kyrgios will still be going to Turin – but in a different role this time. It will be interesting to see how Kyrgios does in the role of an analyst.

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