Canadians face tough early matchups at Australian Open

Canadians face tough early matchups at Australian Open

Canadians face tough early matchups at Australian Open

It's a blockbuster match-up for Nick Kyrgios in the first round at the Australian Open with the unseeded Australian drawing Canadian Milos Raonic.

Serving for the contest in the second set, world number 85 Tomic moved into his service stance before chipping one ball over the net while still bouncing another, catching Kyrgios, the umpire and spectators completely off guard.

While there were no tantrums, the match ended on a controversial note when Tomic clinched the match 6-3 6-4 with an underarm serve between his legs.

"I don't think there has ever been a player like BT", Kyrgios said after the match.
"He won a title past year and it looks like he is carrying a bit of momentum".

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Tomic will return to the main draw in Melbourne after falling the qualifying rounds a year ago.

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Tomic's first set was nearly flawless, while Kyrgios looked a little underdone and struggled to find some rhythm early on.

With his silky hands and superb touch, Tomic broke for a 3-1 lead and then steamed through the first set.

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"It is great to see him back out here as I know he was going through some rough times".

Kyrgios, who was knocked out in the second round at Brisbane last week, was beaten 6-3, 6-4 by friend and fellow comeback candidate Bernard Tomic in an all-Australian battle.

"This will be our last opportunity to practise because in five days it's the Australian Open", Tomic said after putting in what he termed a decent performance against the 106th-ranked Sock. We've got so many players. "You never want to see a talent like that go down and keep being down".

Meanwhile, Tomic, who missed last year's Australian Open, has lofty ambitions for the 2019 competition.

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"I reckon that sums up Bernard Tomic and Nick Kygrios", declared the TV commentator.

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