Nick Kyrgios: ‘Playing Davis Cup will improve my general wellbeing’

  • Kyrgios will spearhead Australia’s tie against Czech Republic this week
  • World No15 says time with team is ‘pretty crucial’ at this stage of his career

Nick Kyrgios says being back in the Davis Cup fold is crucial to his mental state as well as his career. The world No15 will lead Australia’s charge against the Czech Republic this week at Kooyong in his first match back following his Australian Open second round meltdown.

After his shock five-set loss to Andreas Seppi, when he blew a two-set lead, Kyrgios admitted he needed a coach and was under-prepared, taking a knee injury into the tournament after playing too much basketball.

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