Nick Kyrgios vows to make Wimbledon after breaking down at Queen’s

• Hip injury forces Australian to retire in first-round match with Donald Young
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Nick Kyrgios was down at Queen’s Club on the first day of the Aegon Championships but emphatically not out of Wimbledon in two weeks’ time, he says – whatever the state of a lingering hip injury.

The world No20 slipped on the sweating grass at 4-4 in the first set of his match against Donald Young on a steaming hot Monday afternoon, aggravating a chronic complaint he thought had healed, and retired after the American left-hander won the tie-break for the loss of three points.

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