Nick Kyrgios' Manager Reveals Date For Return Has Been Set For Indian Wells

Nick Kyrgios’ manager reveals return date set for Indian Wells

Nick Kyrgios’ manager Daniel Horsfall reveals the hope is that the Australian tennis star is ready to return from knee surgery at the Indian Wells Masters. Kyrgios, 27, was forced to withdraw from the United Cup and Adelaide 2 due to a torn meniscus and a cyst in his knee.

After the same injury forced him to withdraw from the Australian Open, Kyrgios called in to have his knee surgically repaired. The Indian Wells Masters begins on March 8. “The surgery was a great success. We could not have been more pleased with the result.

We will now move on to a speedy recovery and our goal is to see everyone in Indian Wells,» Horsfall said. The Herald and the Age.

Kyrgios currently recovering from surgery

«For now, Mama K. [Nick’s mother, Nill Kyrgios] it will be a lot of work to have everyone in the house for a while.

Nick will stay in Canberra. His plan is to eat delicious food and play lots of Pokémon. But on a more serious note, Will [physiotherapist Will Maher] and NK will be in the gym and will continue to work on the rest of his body to make sure he stays fit and fresh in the meantime,» added Horsfall.

Kyrgios had high expectations for this year’s Australian Open. After finishing runner-up at Wimbledon and then also reaching the US Open quarterfinals, Kyrgios’ big goal was to win his first Grand Slam singles title in front of his hometown fans.

In the months leading up to the Australian Open, Kyrgios was mentioned a lot as someone who could go all the way. Unfortunately, Kyrgios suffered a knee injury during the off-season, forcing him to miss the entire Australian tour.

Last year, Kyrgios reached the Indian Wells quarterfinals before losing to Rafael Nadal. It remains to be seen if Kyrgios will be able to play in early March.

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