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Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios has proven why he is one of the biggest draws in tennis after handing out a sensational shot between the legs at the US Open

The great shot that shows why Nick Kyrgios is one of the biggest draws in the world of tennis – such as the fire brand Aussie has a moving moment with a fan at the US Open

  • Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios made a sensational shot between the legs
  • The 24-year-old played in a double play on US Open on Saturday
  • He provided a & # 39; tweener & # 39; lobby that brought back a soft shot from opponent Ken Skupski
  • The day before Kyrgios shared a warming moment with a fan who had alopecia
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Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios has proven why he is one of the biggest draws in tennis after handing out a sensational shot between the legs at the US Open.

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The 24-year-old delivered the unexpected & # 39; tweener & # 39; lob on the heated double round for panting spectators at Arthur Ashe Stadium on Saturday.

Kyrgios and Marius Copil of Romania returned to serve while the game played against the English Ken Skupski and the Australian Marcus Daniell.

Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios has proven why he is one of the biggest draws in tennis after handing out a sensational shot between the legs at the US Open

Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios has proven why he is one of the biggest draws in tennis after handing out a sensational shot between the legs at the US Open

Kyrgios and Marius Copil from Romania returned to serve while the game played against the English Ken Skupski and the Australian Marcus Daniell

Kyrgios and Marius Copil from Romania returned to serve while the game played against the English Ken Skupski and the Australian Marcus Daniell

Kyrgios and Marius Copil from Romania returned to serve while the game played against the English Ken Skupski and the Australian Marcus Daniell

Neither party showed that they were willing to go down without a fight with Kyrgios and Copil who returned every shot sent their way.

Although a softly placed ball by Skupski Kyrgios placed in a row to shoot back with a sensational shot between the legs as he coolly lobed the ball to the back of the field.

Kyrgios and his partner on the field won the dazzling game with a flashy victory of 6-7, 7-5.7-6.

Only the night before Kyrgios melted the hearts of the fans when the tennis giant interacted with a fan who lived with alopecia – a condition that leads to hair loss.

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Kyrgios had just sealed a 6-4 6-2 6-4 win over French wildcard Antoine Hoang before walking the crowd.

After seeing the alopecia fan, Kyrgios warmed his hand on his shoulder.

& # 39; Do you have alopecia? & # 39; Asked Kyrgios.

The delighted fan nodded and Kyrgios further said: & # 39; My brother has it too & # 39 ;.

Kyrgios posed for a photo with his fan before he set out to sign autographs for his other fans.

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The display of heat was in direct contrast with just before the game after the Australian was told he had to fold his collar down because the motto underneath, & # 39; Just Do You & # 39 ;, was apparently in violation of the rules.

Kyrgios and his partner on the field won the dizzying game with a wafer-thin victory of 6-7, 7-5.7-6

Kyrgios and his partner on the field won the dizzying game with a wafer-thin victory of 6-7, 7-5.7-6

Kyrgios and his partner on the field won the dizzying game with a wafer-thin victory of 6-7, 7-5.7-6

Only the night before Kyrgios melted the fans' hearts when the tennis giant interacted with a fan living with alopecia - a condition that leads to hair loss

Only the night before Kyrgios melted the fans' hearts when the tennis giant interacted with a fan living with alopecia - a condition that leads to hair loss

Only the night before Kyrgios melted the fans' hearts when the tennis giant interacted with a fan living with alopecia – a condition that leads to hair loss

Nick Kyrgios told the fan on Friday that his brother (photo) also lived at apolecia
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Nick Kyrgios told the fan on Friday that his brother (photo) also lived at apolecia

Nick Kyrgios told the fan on Friday that his brother (photo) also lived at apolecia

Kyrgios called the race leader and asked what the rule was. He initially seemed to threaten not to play, but then admitted.

He also had one of his well-known tantrums in the third set after the referee allowed a Hoang challenge, despite having initially mentioned play.

The 24-year-old demanded that the supervisor return to the court to explain that rule.

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& # 39; I won the competition. He mentioned the game and my opponent then challenged. I thought that wasn't right, & he said.

& # 39; (The collar) I think it was a misunderstanding. I think they thought it was a slogan, but it wasn't.

& # 39; I knew the supervisor was wrong, but I just lowered my collar. & # 39;

The headline-grabber duel with the Russian dynamo Andrey Rublev on Saturday is planned as the second night game.

Neither party showed that they were willing to go down without a fight with Kyrgios and Copil who returned every shot sent their way

Neither party showed that they were willing to go down without a fight with Kyrgios and Copil who returned every shot sent their way

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Neither party showed that they were willing to go down without a fight with Kyrgios and Copil who returned every shot sent their way

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