Tennis: when Nick Kyrgios asks a spectator for advice during a match point

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On the verge of concluding his match against Marcos Giron, Nick Kyrgios once again talked about him, in a good way this time, on one of the courts of the ATP 500 in Washington.

It is not Nick Kyrgios who wants. Last night, during the 1/32nd round of the Washington tournament, the Australian relied on the advice of a spectator in order to get rid of his opponent Marcos Giron.

On his match point, the player ranked 63rd player in the world at the ATP turned to the public and asked a lady placed in the first row to show him a side to serve. “I wish I had that experience when I was watching tennis matches. I think it’s cool for someone who paid money to come see you play and maybe go home with this memory,” he said afterwards.

After a first serve into the net, the recent Winbledon runner-up then delivered a service winner, winning 6-3; 6-2 against the American. To the delight of his new assistant.

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