“You Cannot Replace Nick”: Dominic Thiem Lauds Kyrgios For His Uniqueness


Kyrgios and Thiem

Dominic Thiem, the US Open champion is not only a popular figure in the game but also outside it. Additionally, the Austrian is also a familiar figure with rivals on the court.

Thiem, who has his website shared about his relationships with the Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios, who has been a controversial face in tennis.

Writing about Kyrgios, Dominic refers to him as someone for whom he only has love and respect. Additionally, He also described Nick as a very different personality altogether and wrote that “You cannot replace him. He is very unique.”


Moreover, Thiem also went ahead to write that game tennis is lucky to have Nick. Additionally, writing that tennis has never got such a personality. And it might happen that they do not call anyone like Nick after him.

“That Night Was Awesome”- Thiem On His Amazing Memory With Nick

The Austrian wrote, “People either love him or hate him. Deep in his heart, he is a very nice person.” Mentioning his memories with Nick, Thiem wrote about his moments with Nick in Acapulco. Additionally, both the players were enjoying the nightlife together in Acapulco, Mexico. World number three added, “That night was awesome.”

Nick also showed his love for Thiem, by adding a story on his Instagram account and wrote, “Thanks for the love.” Besides, mentioning their nightlife, Kyrgios wrote, “That night in Mexico was naughty.”

Nick Post

These words are enough to tell how much love and respect both the players have for each other off the tennis court. Additionally, while Thiem had some amazing moments in 2020, winning his first Grand Slam title of career, Nick decided to skip the season because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Looking at their love, and nightlife talks, we can indeed say that both Dominic Thiem and Nick Kyrgios have a budding bromance since their night time in Acapulco. Both Thiem and Nick have been active on and off the court for some years now.

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