Nick Kyrgios v Daniil Medvedev Extended Highlights (2R) | Australian Open 2022

  • Published on Jan 19, 2022
  • Extended highlights as Nick Kyrgios takes on Daniil Medvedev in the second round of the Australian Open 2022.
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  • Al Co
    Al Co 4 months ago +1100

    we knew Kyrgios will win the most beautiful points and Medvedev the most important...

  • waholo opesorry
    waholo opesorry 4 months ago +780

    It's amazing to see how these guys can consistently hit laser-like flat backhands

    • Kim Yong Soor
      Kim Yong Soor 3 months ago

      @hello เๅุการคนรมฃจ

    • Ayush Erdene
      Ayush Erdene 3 months ago

      @hello xFqqq½q

    • Stan
      Stan 3 months ago

      @AFCompany Yeah Kyrgios backhand looks ... fairly recreational to me and lazy. It is oddly fascinating to look at but not textbook by any means. Be hits it cleanly though.

    • Google User
      Google User 4 months ago

      They are the best tennis players in the world! That's how.

  • Lucky Luke
    Lucky Luke 4 months ago +788

    Medvedev looks scary good. I don’t think anyone can beat him other than Nadal and Of course even Nadal would be underdog. But Nadal plays so many slices which throw Medvedev off his game and he has a powerful forehand that can do some damage. But God damn it, Danill looks like a 2011 Djokovic. Returns everything, Moves like a Cheetah and his shots have so much depth.

  • Splendid D102
    Splendid D102 4 months ago +215

    It’s amazing Medvedev played so well with such a difficult crowd

    • Deep34playz
      Deep34playz Month ago

      Well he strives when the crowd are against him

    • Entropy
      Entropy 2 months ago

      @Invite The Light Readings Go show em' proper tennis, champ

    • koby
      koby 3 months ago

      @Elder Sage yeah he is he’s world #1 go figure

    • Elder Sage
      Elder Sage 3 months ago +9

      @Invite The Light Readings you must be the greatest Tennis player on Earth then

    • Davis Zwalia
      Davis Zwalia 3 months ago +1

      @Invite The Light Readings They play to win, that's it. I totally agree with you though, because this doesn't mean tennis is getting any interesting, entertaining or attractive. It IS getting sad.

  • Grant Wiler
    Grant Wiler 4 months ago +265

    Kyrgios played incredible right up till the last few games. Medvedev is amazing

    • AJP123
      AJP123 4 months ago +3

      @Todd Gun it’s flashy but not showboaty. A showboater doesn’t have the ability to just hit a laser line shot right on the side line or anticipate and react to a passing shot like medvedev did.

    • Grant Wiler
      Grant Wiler 4 months ago +1

      @John Bauernfeind he really did and it looked like he hurt himself on the sprint when Medvedev lobbed him

    • Todd Gun
      Todd Gun 4 months ago +8

      Nick is more like an entertainer than a competitive player. These highlights show several showboat plays. He’s well known for this style of plays.

    • John Bauernfeind
      John Bauernfeind 4 months ago +11

      He needed that break of serve in 4th

  • Mattia Andreis
    Mattia Andreis 4 months ago +105

    Kyrgios does something, the audience: "WOOOOOO! AMAZING! WHAT A LEGEND!"
    Medvedev score a point with his eyes closed and on a single leg, the audience: ".... Yes, good. Clap,clap"

    • HurryingMan
      HurryingMan 3 months ago +2

      Dude the crowd is going to cheer for their compatriot. What are you expecting?

    • 2M
      2M 4 months ago +12

      @wurr v2 yeah dawg my G haha nice you feel the need in lmao rofl omg pog

    • wurr v2
      wurr v2 4 months ago +2

      @2M weird that you’d feel the need but aight dawg

    • 2M
      2M 4 months ago +5

      @wurr v2 lmao really lol omfg haha key

    • wurr v2
      wurr v2 4 months ago +21

      it is kyrgios’ home country lmao

  • Filming Dom
    Filming Dom 4 months ago +892

    Win or lose, it’s good to see Kyrgios playing with passion, like he wants it

    • Vanguardbtw
      Vanguardbtw 2 months ago +1

      @kevin motley you’ve convinced yourself that trying to be the the greatest tennis player alive is the only way to express passion for the sport.

    • --
      -- 3 months ago

      @UchihABitachi Agree with you on Safin. But at least Safin wasn't toxic to tennis. Tennis shouldn't be loud and obnoxious. Tennis is already tough without all that BS...
      Also agree with you on not wanting to make Nick more famous. :)

    • UchihABitachi
      UchihABitachi 3 months ago

      @-- as far as you’d go to lash out at Kyrgios, how about we talk about Safin? He’s also regarded as a wasted talent that could’ve been, who didn’t put enough effort.

  • Trishlavie
    Trishlavie 4 months ago +288

    Medvedev is a “character” himself but also knows how to play very well which I respect! Kyrgios still has the talent, hope he puts forth more effort and dedication throughout the year not just for the Australian open or Wimbledon!

    • fast cheetomonster
      fast cheetomonster 3 months ago

      @L Moya Even though he is going down now does not mean that he COULD'VE been going up because of the dedication he should've been putting in. We cannot see what he's doing for training mentally but it seems like he's having fun and is ok with playing for the fans.

    • Federico Lacarrubba
      Federico Lacarrubba 4 months ago +3

      @Gamingwithglasses Even with lot of work, his problem is upstairs

    • Martin
      Martin 4 months ago

      @Mango 78 Twit

    • jhon lee
      jhon lee 4 months ago

      Kyrgios is better. But he is not preparing mentally

    • L Moya
      L Moya 4 months ago +5

      @Gamingwithglasses Yeah, but five years later he is going backwards, in other words, he is no getting any better. That proves he is not going up the list. All he has proven is he is stubborn, and overestimated.

  • 7BD273
    7BD273 4 months ago +93

    7:33 so smart from Medvedev. Saw that Kyrgios was backing off after the high return, immediately hit a flawless drop shot.

  • Sophie Perez
    Sophie Perez 3 months ago +12

    Asi con toy y sus mañas no se la
    Megan: "Hotter"
    Hopi: "Sweeter"
    Joonie: "Cooler"
    Yoongi: "Butter"
    Son unos de los mejores conciertos
    , no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente ❤️ 🖤
    tus.admiradores......feliz 🖤 🖤 23:59.

  • Dey Lazio
    Dey Lazio 4 months ago +11

    Love how Meddy handle the crowd with his face when he win the match 😏👋🏽

  • Miguel Barahona
    Miguel Barahona 4 months ago +92

    Medvedev is one of the most intelligent players in the ATP. Sure, top 5 in that matter. This is the Kyrgios I love .

  • Fiona Thompson
    Fiona Thompson 3 months ago +13

    Son unos de los mejores conciertos ❤🖤 XXLIKE.Uno 😘
    los mortales abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer
    15:55 #Flower
    15:55 Megan: ''Hotter''
    15:55 Hopi: ''Sweeter''
    15:55 Yoongi: ''Butter''
    15:55 #Amber
    hay nomas pa ra reirse un rato y no estar triste y estresado por la vida dura que se vive hoy... 🖤
    15:55 Son unos de los mejores conciertos, no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente 🖤

  • Squid Gamer
    Squid Gamer 4 months ago +110

    Watching this game live was much closer than the highlights show. Great to see Nick play with determination. Best of luck Daniel for the remainder of AO.

    • Marty
      Marty 4 months ago +13

      its Daniil

  • alida flus
    alida flus 4 months ago +9

    Boy Medvedevs reaction at the end was savage. He kept his composure through out.

  • Net Fun
    Net Fun 4 months ago +24

    Kyrgios and Berrettini remind me of each other. Great serves, great forehands, fun to watch when they are doing their thing. Also, both seem to lack the most difficult champion quality: mental toughness.

    • Net Fun
      Net Fun 4 months ago +1

      @Tyler Pedersen I agree.

    • Tyler Pedersen
      Tyler Pedersen 4 months ago +4

      The big difference is that Kyrgios has a rock-solid backhand whereas Berrettini has one of the weakest backhands in the top 100.

  • killa4eva50
    killa4eva50 4 months ago +17

    Things I learned watching this match: Kyrgios had covid a week prior to the event and was bed ridden for 3 days; Medvedev studied physics and chemistry in a specialised school and graduated early to study economics in university

  • Alice Henderson
    Alice Henderson 3 months ago +13

    likEEx.UnO 💔💙
    los mortales abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer
    Megan: "Hotter"
    Hopi: "Sweeter"
    Joonie: "Cooler"
    Yoongi : "Butter"
    Son unos de los mejores conciertos , no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente.
    Son unos de los mejores conciertos, no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente.
    hay nomas pa ra reirse un rato y no estar triste y estresado por la vida dura que se vive hoy..
    tus.admiradores......feliz ..

  • Eleazar Relevo
    Eleazar Relevo 4 months ago +78

    I like that expression of Daniel after winning the game!

    • J L
      J L 4 months ago +2

      @JP TJ the crowd is disgraceful to boo

    • J L
      J L 4 months ago +2

      @Андрей Андреев your comment is painfully correct!

    • ROC
      ROC 4 months ago +8

      Told the crowd to go home lol

    • JP TJ
      JP TJ 4 months ago

      @Андрей Андреев still salty about the crowd even though Kyrgios lost 😩

    • Андрей Андреев
      Андрей Андреев 4 months ago +3

      @Turbo Taquito [Google] BOOOOO

  • Mary Williams
    Mary Williams 3 months ago +15

    Asi con toy y sus mañas no se la XXLIKE.Uno
    hay nomas pa ra reirse un rato y no estar triste y estresado por la vida dura que se vive hoy.
    Son unos de los mejores conciertos
    , no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente.
    Жизнь, как красивая мелодия, только песни перепутались.
    #Чо #эт #делает #на #2 #месте #в #тренде
    #однако #я #люблю #таких #рыбаков #垃圾💓

  • Solka
    Solka 4 months ago +219

    Kyrgios: talent. Medvedev: talent + hard work.

    • Alex K.
      Alex K. 3 months ago

      Medvedev: Mental strength

    • Rudy Browne
      Rudy Browne 3 months ago

      @Jeffrey Kaufmann if kyrios would train as hard as medvedev he would be the greatest tennis player ever. But the guy has never had the passion you see in all the greats

    • Jeffrey Kaufmann
      Jeffrey Kaufmann 4 months ago

      @Corey Stenson In 50 years from now nobody will know who Kyrgios is.

    • Corey Stenson
      Corey Stenson 4 months ago

      @Jeffrey Kaufmann yes, because they work harder. Kyrgios quick twitch/raw power/speed for size is the prototype tennis player. Federer and Nadal work their butts off. Kyrgios can play 5 matches a year and compete with anyone on the planet and beat them sometimes solely off talent.

  • Sobreviraje
    Sobreviraje 4 months ago +83

    I wished this was the final. Kyrgios finally played with passion, lacks on the physical part but his talent showed in this match

    • Zachary Stone
      Zachary Stone 3 months ago

      @gjarucki HAHAH. When is the billion coming through?

    • Danny Is Here
      Danny Is Here 4 months ago +9

      It’s the final for Kyrgios!

    • Sobreviraje
      Sobreviraje 4 months ago +1

      @gjarucki could happen if he prepared properly and played not to put a show but to win. At the end of the day, that's his playstyle

    • gjarucki
      gjarucki 4 months ago +4

      Kyrgios in a grand slam final?! I wish for a billion dollars

  • UchihABitachi
    UchihABitachi 4 months ago +58

    Proud of Kyrgios & Meddy for putting on such a performance & show. This is easily grand slam final worthy tennis. Kyrgios once again showing he can easily be anywhere in the top 10. Great match & hope to see more of him on tour!

    • UchihABitachi
      UchihABitachi 3 months ago

      @Whine agreed. Not every body makes it though. How often than not can we say that about every other top player during Federer’s reign? =P. Although one thing I’d like to say is that the players, racquets, and strings have all improved to where almost every player is a threat.

    • Whine
      Whine 4 months ago +1

      So frustrating watching Nick, because we all want him at this level every time. As you said he played like a true top 10-20 player in this match. If he works on his fitness just a bit more, that will help him a ton.

  • Spencer Argenna
    Spencer Argenna 4 months ago +14

    This is the best I've seen Kyrgios play in a long time. Great Match!!

  • Valdi Micolchik
    Valdi Micolchik 4 months ago +135

    The Russian Bear (Medvedev) playing very smart with cool head. Did not fall to any type of provocation from the opponent. I respect Medvedev as a player , real Man, Husband and Father.
    Respect to Russian players !
    (from USA)

    • fatcamdog
      fatcamdog 3 months ago

      @Pablo Olivera if your you are not fluent in english, why would you try to correct someone else?

    • Bad Fozzie Bear
      Bad Fozzie Bear 4 months ago

      @Pablo Olivera we cool bro 😎

    • Pablo Olivera
      Pablo Olivera 4 months ago

      @Bad Fozzie Bear thx man. I'm not English native and I thought he mistyped the word.
      Ps: translating to Spanish cold head = cabeza fría which has the same meaning as cool head.

    • Bad Fozzie Bear
      Bad Fozzie Bear 4 months ago +1

      @Pablo Olivera learn english, bro. the first lesson for you is: another way of saying stay calm -keep a cool head (keep a cold head is wrong).

    • Pablo Olivera
      Pablo Olivera 4 months ago

      @Bad Fozzie Bear it's no too smart lol

  • Александр Балюков

    Прекрасная игра! Оба показали прекрасную игру. Но лично мое мнение что Кириосу нахватает техники и теннисных манер. Хотя это вкусовщина скорее. Усейн Болт тоже не особо элегантно бегал, однако чемпион всего и вся был.

  • KS Tang
    KS Tang 3 months ago +4

    Daniil got what it takes to be No 1. And a great champion. Excellent skill with strong mentality.

  • bonzwah1
    bonzwah1 4 months ago +37

    i honestly think nick's fitness was fairly good this tournament. but medvedev demands so much from even the most fit guys on tour.

  • Flyin ET
    Flyin ET 4 months ago +32

    I've never seen a tennis crowd as hype as this! I wish I was there in person to watch this match.

  • king kudzu
    king kudzu 4 months ago +43

    Respect both players tremendously. These guys are absolute rockstars together with some crazy points

    • Afonso Cruz
      Afonso Cruz 4 months ago

      @B thanks i don’t have anything to do can you try to annoy me a little bit more👻👻

  • Paulo Matosinhos
    Paulo Matosinhos 4 months ago +52

    I really like Kyrgios but Medvedev is another level.

    • steven draper
      steven draper 4 months ago

      @Leonidis Who gives a ......?

    • Leonidis
      Leonidis 4 months ago

      @steven draper did you see him play in doubles today?

    • steven draper
      steven draper 4 months ago

      @Leonidis You just proved my point mate. He's a flog !

  • Karl Graf
    Karl Graf 4 months ago +95

    It’s clear that with his talent, he hides his fear of not playing to his potential by making his excuses he doesn’t train, acting like it not that important to him, etc.

    • Sergio Cortes
      Sergio Cortes 3 months ago +1

      Nick Kyrgios is a grand slam champion.

    • king kudzu
      king kudzu 4 months ago +4

      @Allan Yang thank you Allan that was a really good way to put it, similar to how he addresses his work ethic. “I stay where my feet are”

    • Yezmir Sheppard-Halika
      Yezmir Sheppard-Halika 4 months ago +3

      @Allan Yang exactly. I can totally relate.

    • Allan Yang
      Allan Yang 4 months ago +15

      He’s still a world class player, he can live a luxury life without having to commit too hard. That’s the reason why he doesn’t aim higher, he’s happy where he is standing

  • ShiningLights
    ShiningLights 4 months ago +26

    Boy Medvedevs reaction at the end was savage. He kept his composure through out.

    • Mike Denby
      Mike Denby 2 months ago

      @Jason Fitch well, my comment was before the war started, and in any case you can't just assume all Russians are behind this.

    • Mike Denby
      Mike Denby 3 months ago +7

      I thought the fans were pretty disrespectful. No problem to cheer on your home boy, but there's no need for booing, and not applauding after he's won.

  • yoitsjust
    yoitsjust 4 months ago +54

    There’s no serve that medvedev can’t return. I mean kyrigos was hitting serves like a laser.

    • wurr v2
      wurr v2 4 months ago +1

      @NamesAreRandom kyrgios is one of the best servers in the world. there’s no reading that, the guy is 6 ft behind the baseline lmao.

    • Robloxmaverick
      Robloxmaverick 4 months ago

      @NamesAreRandom maybe. With Murray and Medvedev I believe it’s because they’re far behind the baseline

    • NamesAreRandom
      NamesAreRandom 4 months ago +4

      I think good players can read Kyrigos's serve - I watched him playing Andy Murray a few years ago at Wimbledon - in the first set it was 85-90% first serve rockets, and they kept coming back, he lost the set and the match. There's more then straight speed to a serve - the reason Federer is 3rd in the all time serving stats is not pace, but disguise.

    • Robloxmaverick
      Robloxmaverick 4 months ago +1

      He did miss quite a few

  • Ranbo
    Ranbo 4 months ago +7

    Kyrgios in tennis is like Allen Iverson in NBA, true talent regardless of win or lose. True entertainment.

  • king kudzu
    king kudzu 4 months ago +8

    I hope to see these two continued their mutual respect for each other they really are amazing to see together

  • Young Kwokching
    Young Kwokching 4 months ago +8

    I like how Nick appreciates Daniil’s shot making

  • Kade Rose
    Kade Rose 4 months ago +135

    You said you wanted to see Kyrgios hit a "real" tweener and he delivers.

    • --
      -- 4 months ago +1

      @Nicolas Neri Failure by any other standards but sure, what ever makes you feel better... :)

    • Nicolas Neri
      Nicolas Neri 4 months ago

      @-- Haha the guy wasn't thrashed by Medvedev and took home thousands of dollars. That delivered too

    • charlie z
      charlie z 4 months ago +1

      he also failed a few other ones haha. but that one was great!

    • Robloxmaverick
      Robloxmaverick 4 months ago +1

      @-- how rude

  • Tara Moore
    Tara Moore 3 months ago +12

    Asi con toy y sus mañas no se la
    los mortales abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer
    15:55 Belleza del mundo
    15:55 #Flower
    15:55 Megan: "Hotter"
    15:55 Hopi: "Sweeter"
    15:55 Joonie: "Cooler"
    15:55 Yoongi: "Butter"
    15:55 #Amber
    15:55 Son unos de los mejores conciertos
    , no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente.thanksdoc

  • Bald Bearded Bloke
    Bald Bearded Bloke 4 months ago +7

    Congratulations to all on a great game.

  • Twisted Tempo
    Twisted Tempo 4 months ago +2

    To be honest, this was a really fantastic display of talent from Kyrgios, I mean if that break point in the first game of the fourth went his way (and he actually played it superbly), things would have been harder for medvedev. But anyway those are just "if"s , but this match was enjoyable, and I think Nick can still deliver if he's motivated enough

  • E E
    E E 4 months ago +41

    Kyrgios is so entertaining. Watching Tennis the last 30 years, there are players that dont necessarily win the grand slams but that are so entertaining in their prime. Kyrgios, Jo-Wilferd Songa amongst those guys

    • ron Watts
      ron Watts 4 months ago

      @derek Hi Bro (Nick here): naw I could have won everything, but I've got a life...the others? they just want to be liked, no bro I'd probably be the GOAT if I wanted to be.

    • derek
      derek 4 months ago

      It would be cool if Kyrgios would have a career like Tsonga's - but so far not really. Tsonga was not the most consistent, but made numerous deep runs into slams and won two masters 1000s by age 30. Kyrgios is 26 years old now so he still has some time to try for more and it's possible he could have a relatively later career resurgence like Monfils had, but it's too early to say

    • E E
      E E 4 months ago

      @swamp5050 good point! I forgot about Gael Monfils, very entertaining player.

    • swamp5050
      swamp5050 4 months ago +6

      You left Monfils off your list, he has game and his entertainment value is unsurpassed plus he doesn't have the crazy baggage that Kyrgios hauls around!

    • Juan Pablo
      Juan Pablo 4 months ago

      I would add another french guy, Yannick Noah.

  • Angie Joya
    Angie Joya 4 months ago +37

    Due a great match both are good athletes but the serene mentality of the Russian overcame his opponent, the Australian showed his good tennis, the only thing that somehow bothered was the public, I know that Kyrgios for playing at home was the favorite but both players deserve respect and the fact that they booed the Russian increased the pressure and it is incredible how after the 3rd set he came with another mentality uffff detail that must be highlighted.

  • Ken Harris
    Ken Harris 4 months ago +1

    Nick made it a competitive match but Medvedev is looking really good 👍!

  • Nick
    Nick 3 months ago +2

    Some wild points. It must be tough for a player as great as Medvedev to have basically played his whole career under the shadow of the mighty triumvirate.

  • Tiago R
    Tiago R 4 months ago +26

    About Kyrgios: talent he has. There was no lack of effort in this game. Physical preparation was lacking. But he lacks determination and perseverance throughout his career. It's everyone's style and goal.

    • janjan55555
      janjan55555 Month ago

      Tiago, did you even watch his footwork?! It was nowhere near Daniil's, clearly he didn't prepare physically.
      He would have lost from any top 30 player with such bad movement. There was clearly a lack of effort because I saw the match live and he was constantly chasing the ball, whereas Medvedev was firing lasers making him move left to right and from right to left.

    • Whine
      Whine 4 months ago

      Apparently he caught COVID the week before the tournament, so its surprising to see him play so good. If he gets just a little fitter, he can definitely hang with the best i think

    • Gihad El-Metnawi
      Gihad El-Metnawi 4 months ago +3

      "Determination" is a skill. As many other skills. It has a lot to do with focus. So I wouldn't blame him much more for the apparent lack thereof than I would blame someone for naturally not being fast despite all efforts.

  • speedexists
    speedexists 4 months ago +25

    Damn what a game my two fave players !! Nick put on all passion but medvev is a wall

    • Jason Yeschin
      Jason Yeschin 3 months ago

      @GreenSky its already just zverev, tsipi, and nadal. and now zverev is out

    • GreenSky
      GreenSky 4 months ago +1

      @Yezmir Sheppard-Halika yeah. The way medvedevs been playing, i think the number of players in this tournament who can beat him is rapidly dwindling

  • Michael Sienkiewicz
    Michael Sienkiewicz 4 months ago +25

    Credit to Nick for keeping it close and putting on a show for the hometown crowd.

  • Red Heart
    Red Heart 4 months ago +17

    Medvedev is so fast, tall and skinny is a very good combination in tennis.

  • Sport Skills
    Sport Skills 4 months ago +2

    These guys are the future of tennis!!

  • Ps. Maximiliano Stange
    Ps. Maximiliano Stange 4 months ago +21

    Great match to watch, very entertaining!

  • Neuzelita Olinda
    Neuzelita Olinda 4 months ago

    Kyrgios é um tenista com surpreendentes jogadas. É divertido vê-lo atuando.

  • Sandy
    Sandy 4 months ago +66

    Medvedev’s facial expression at the end, LoL!

  • Sport Skills
    Sport Skills 4 months ago +4

    what a game, the best at the moment

  • Ada Tay
    Ada Tay 4 months ago +6

    Both played great tennis tonight and Nick the entertainer as always 👏🏻 but just don’t understand the need to boo ……..

  • Carlos Roosevelt
    Carlos Roosevelt 3 months ago

    MEDVEDV, O CARA É BOM! Cai Vai ganhar de novo o opem

  • 2003ref
    2003ref 4 months ago +1

    This was by far Kyrgios’ best game!

  • Corneliu Paschanu
    Corneliu Paschanu 4 months ago +6

    Medvedev won because he played focused and very technically applied. Kyrgios is a talented player, but too impulsive in style of playing, and more interested in immediate reward than strategy. The mind made all the difference.

  • VentureVlogz
    VentureVlogz 4 months ago +21

    Medvedev always silences the crowd.

  • Jam Kingston
    Jam Kingston 4 months ago +1

    How dramatic the third set was🔥🔥🔥
    Nick Kirgios style😌

  • Spray MT
    Spray MT 4 months ago +8

    Medvedev was simply more mature in this match

  • 1:58
    1:58 3 months ago

    Kyrgios really played to his limit here I think. Great plays and wonderful talent. But Medvedev just deconstructed him.

  • Gerhardus Laing
    Gerhardus Laing 4 months ago +3

    Class from Mevedev!

  • Darj
    Darj 4 months ago +79

    Good effort by Nick, considering he pretty much took 2021 off. Hope he gets his head on straight because he certainly has the talent to be top 10, but only if he gets the mental aspect right.

    • Favian Paternina
      Favian Paternina 4 months ago

      @C AVATAR kyrgios y Federer son los que uno paga por una boleta, los demás a dormir.

    • C AVATAR
      C AVATAR 4 months ago +11

      The talent is there Kyrgios but the brain and heart is another matter he's 27 running out of time to win a Slam. Things going the way the are nah he's just a classroom clown right now. While the other players are studious students trying to win Slams.

  • Reidoseguidores Oficial
    Reidoseguidores Oficial 4 months ago +15

    Future number 1 Medvedev amazing player

  • Moorish Brooklyn
    Moorish Brooklyn 4 months ago +5

    Medvedev playing his favorite archnemesis role in tennis.

  • saripudin succor
    saripudin succor 4 months ago +2

    My #1 player of tennis in the Universe, Medvedev!

  • V K
    V K 4 months ago +6

    Nick is MEGA talented I wish he had more discipline. He should be in top 10.

  • Cветлана Глущук

    Медведев крут, впрочем как всегда! Даня вперёд!

  • Pro Gamer
    Pro Gamer 4 months ago +23

    Medvedev is going to win this tournament 👍

      SETHUPATHY 3 months ago

      Rafa won

    • neb
      neb 4 months ago +2

      it’s likely. There’s really only 3, maybe 4 players who’s really gonna win here and that’s med, zverev, tsitsipas, and nadal

    • Pro Gamer
      Pro Gamer 4 months ago

      @Kakashi Hatake I think Zverev 👍

    • Kakashi Hatake
      Kakashi Hatake 4 months ago +6

      Final vs Zverev or Nadal would be ideal

    JOSEPH LEE 4 months ago +5

    WOW it's so fun to watch Nick and Medvedev PLAY ...GREAT GAME...

  • Francisco Lopez
    Francisco Lopez 4 months ago +2

    Kyrgios es un Señor tenista,domina todos golpes y los usa a su manera y en el momento que los siente.Sabe lo que hace.
    Si fuera más disciplinado sería fantástico pero,se corre el riesgo de ser común y corriente como los demás,salvo algunos como Fognini.
    Kirgyos es el Ronaldinho del tennis tan alegre y grande.Ah,y gran persona!
    Saludos Aussie!

  • Angelo Jong
    Angelo Jong 4 months ago +1

    good to see Kyrgios play with spirit and passion, when he develop this attitude with more seriousness and discipline, he can beat anyone. Number 1 just around the corner.

    • steven draper
      steven draper 4 months ago

      No hope. Leopard never changes its stripes. C.....head

  • Titan
    Titan 4 months ago +18

    Claramente juegan partidos diferentes.. Uno a ganar el partido y otro al publico.
    Pero el talentoso siempre pasa de ronda

  • Grade12 Purity
    Grade12 Purity 4 months ago +8

    Daniil's reaction at the end was so cute

  • Harry Ward
    Harry Ward 4 months ago +1

    “After the double fault, he did a little subtle fist pump. And then after this return, one that was a little less subtle.. but a fist pump” riveting commentary

  • Andrés Álvarez
    Andrés Álvarez 4 months ago +24

    If I had 3 wishes to make things different in tennis I would ask 1) make Kyrgios consistent, he is too good and entertaining , 2)keep Andreescu injury free, 3) don't mix tennis with politics

    • Andrés Álvarez
      Andrés Álvarez 4 months ago +1

      @Turbo Taquito [Google] I agree, It’s impossible to separate sports and politics and maybe it’s also impossible to make Nick consistent 😬 but that’s why I’m thinking about 3 wishes, the only one that might happen is having a healthy Bianca, Maybe she can stay injury free for a year or 2

    • Turbo Taquito [Google]
      Turbo Taquito [Google] 4 months ago +1

      I get your sentiment (we could all use some escapism from the constant hell of the "real world") but like it or not, politics are relevant in all facets of life. Sport especially has always been politically relevant, especially international sport (like the Olympics).
      Some examples of how politics in tennis is inevitable: Osaka wasn't being political per se when she wanted to skip press conferences, but conservative pundits around the world attacked her for it, making it political. Similarly, Djokovic wasn't being political per se when he didn't get vaccinated, but it became an international issue with the Australian government, also making it political. This isn't a new thing, think back to Billie Jean King and women's fight for equal pay for possibly the biggest example.
      Guess my argument here is to stop hoping that tennis and politics won't mix. They always have, and they always will. Tennis exists in the real world, and the real world is inherently political. As to your other points, I agree entirely, but don't have the energy to write out an entire paragraph to explain why, so I'll leave it at that :)

  • Sully William
    Sully William 4 months ago +2

    “Hustle beats talent when talent doesn’t hustle”

  • Roza Aceska
    Roza Aceska 4 months ago +8

    Way to go Medvedev!

  • Luciano De la cruz
    Luciano De la cruz 4 months ago +18

    Es emocionante ver jugar a kyrgios. Creo que le da un giro divertido al tenis y los aficionados

    • Nicolas Neri
      Nicolas Neri 4 months ago

      @Miguel Otero Cuanta ignorancia. El tipo hace una carrera genial. La vive mucho más que el resto te lo aseguro. Esta 2-0 contra Djokovic y encima lo burla. Por perder con Medvedev se llevo miles de dolares a casa. El payaso sos vos

    • Nesquik Power
      Nesquik Power 4 months ago +1


  • SK SK
    SK SK 4 months ago +29

    You, guys, really thought that Kyrgios had any chances against Medvedev?

  • elmer lopez
    elmer lopez 4 months ago +52

    Medvedev, you’ll be the Champion!

      SETHUPATHY 3 months ago +1

      @elmer lopez but it happens 🏆💪

    • elmer lopez
      elmer lopez 3 months ago

      @SETHUPATHY I don’t know, I don’t believe it.....???????????????

      SETHUPATHY 3 months ago +1

      Rafa is the champion ..21 🔥

  • Stevie Acuna
    Stevie Acuna 4 months ago +10

    There’s no reason to boo a player just because you don’t like him or his opponent is representing the country in which the tournament is taking place. It’s just poor behavior.

    • Stevie Acuna
      Stevie Acuna 4 months ago

      @jericho interesting. good to know.

    • jericho
      jericho 4 months ago

      The crowd isn’t booing though, they’re saying siuuu, which is what Cristiano Ronaldo says when he celebrates a goal. Apparently it’s become a new crowd trend in this years Aus Open.

  • ashotmm
    ashotmm 4 months ago +9

    The difference between a flash in the pan and a serious determined grinder.

  • Christo
    Christo 4 months ago +1

    Kyrgios, the pre-real tennis entertainment. Good fun for the first few rounds.

  • eliza feely
    eliza feely 4 months ago

    Love to see Nick slam a Slam before he hangs up his racquet. He's the best!

  • aola wili
    aola wili 3 months ago

    Respect both players tremendously. These guys are absolute rockstars together with some crazy points

  • Бобур Хаитов

    Молодчина Даниил!😘

  • warrenwolfe
    warrenwolfe 4 months ago +8

    Kyrgios celebration at 4:47 made me laugh considering he was down 2 sets. But it's also great to see him excited in front on his home crowd, clearly means a lot for him to compete in this tournament

  • Only Entertainment
    Only Entertainment 4 months ago +10

    Great way to silence the Aussies!! Medvedev is such a great player, Nick only came for the show, not the match.

    • Son Tran
      Son Tran 4 months ago

      Great way to silence the Aussies but bad behavior at the end.

  • SoleilRoiLe
    SoleilRoiLe 4 months ago +6

    Kyrgios has talent oozing out of every pore. Afraid he blends with it enough nuttiness to lose. The most talented player on the circuit. Not the prettiest in any regard, but the most talented. What a waste.

  • GI
    GI 4 months ago +2

    You can just see the difference in fitness levels between the two players. The number of desperate shots Kyrgios was playing towards the end tells the whole story. Medvedev was always just way too balanced.

    • Kyle Turner
      Kyle Turner 3 months ago +1

      @GI Fair

    • GI
      GI 3 months ago +1

      @Kyle Turner one week of COVID where he might have had just symptoms and not even a flu won't change anything in a athlete like him. He is doing fine in doubles and played well in the previous matches too. Danii is just a lot fitter than him

    • Kyle Turner
      Kyle Turner 3 months ago

      Apparently Kyrigos had Covid a week before the tournament

  • Tiny Pony -
    Tiny Pony - 4 months ago

    perfect ending for the perfect game.

  • alsan623
    alsan623 2 months ago

    The thing about Kyrgios is that could have been and can be #1…he’s an incredibly smart player but just hasn’t fully committed himself yet. When he does… well good luck to the others.
    I’m a die hard Rafa fan but cannot deny what I see in Kyrgios.

  • Purple Panther
    Purple Panther 4 months ago +8

    Good job Daniil..

  • Deandre Jones
    Deandre Jones 4 months ago

    I wanted Nick to get this one and maybe make it to the final...hats off o Medvedev ...his game is like no other on the tour.

  • Edy Thorven Puerta
    Edy Thorven Puerta 3 months ago

    Ambos podrían ser número uno si combinaran sus habilidades. El ruso enseñando su voluntad de triunfo, el ausie sus aptitudes en la red.

  • Mary Ross
    Mary Ross 4 months ago +13

    Son unos de los
    mañas no se la
    Megan: ''Hotter''
    Hopi: ''Sweeter''
    Joonie: ''Cooler''
    Yoongi: ''Butter''
    Son unos de los mejores conciertos
    , no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente

  • Gildas G
    Gildas G 4 months ago

    If only Kyrgios could give his all to each point like top 10 players do, he would be on top of the game and the show would be amazing.