Nick Kyrgios is known for constantly shouting at his team box during his matches

Nick Kyrgios regularly fumes at his team during his matches and it often becomes uncomfortable for viewers and the crowd seated in the stadium. The Australian mostly does it when things don’t go his way and it has now become a regular sight during his matches. This often makes us wonder, does it help Kyrgios to perform better?

The support team of Nick Kyrgios cheers him during his quarter final match at 2022 Wimbledon 768x404 1
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Kyrgios has been in great touch of late. After winning both the singles and doubles title at Citi Open, Nick Kyrgios went on to defeat world no.1, Daniil Medvedev, in the Canadian Open last week.

One constant feature during this purple patch and even before has been Kyrgios shouting at his team box comprising his sister, father, coach, physio, and fiance Costeen Hatzi. Well, call it a habit or maybe out of frustration, but if it helps him perform the way he has been doing recently, then who complains?

Can Nick Kyrgios win his first Grand Slam title at the US Open later this month?

Consistent performances over the past few months have led to positive results for Kyrgios. Hence, ahead of big events in Montreal and Cincinnati, it means Kyrgios is closing in on an all-important seeding for the US Open starting on 29 August in New York. It will certainly be a boost for the Australian in the singles draw but is it enough for Kyrgios to win the Grand Slam?

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Does Nick Kyrgios constantly berating his box really prove to be helpful in improving his game? 3

With Djokovic out of the U.S. Open due to his vaccination status and Rafael Nadal’s status in question after he pulled out of Montreal due to an abdominal injury, the Open could be lacking in some major star power on the men’s side. World No. 2 Alexander Zverev is also sidelined after surgery.

Defending champion Daniil Medvedev figures to be the favorite going in, with a slew of young stars like No. 4 Carlos Alcaraz, No. 9 Felix Auger-Aliassime and No. 12 Jannik Sinner among those chasing their first major title.But the way Kyrgios has played in recent weeks, he should certainly be considered among the favorites.

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