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Nick Kyrgios on TopCourt

by Jonas Eriksson

He is likely one of the most anticipated coaches on the platform and his content is finally here. Nick Kyrgios on TopCourt delivers.

If you like to get closer to the top tennis players in the world and how they approach the game, TopCourt is an excellent resource. I’ve watched a lot of their stuff and learned quite a bit. They have a wide variety of online instruction and drills, but they also interview the top players and let them talk about their background.

There is no real debate of how much tennis fans love Nick Kyrgios. He has been a polarizing figure over the years, but overall, he has earned more love than frustration on the tennis court. And if he’s in the mood, he can beat pretty much anyone as he has shown against Nadal, Djokovic and Federer and many more.

He gave tournament favorite Danii Medvedev a run for his money in the second round of the Australian Open and we can only hope that he plays the game professionally for years to come (although some rumours suggest that this might be his last year on tour).

Nick Kyrgios on TopCourt

On TopCourt you can here from players and coaches like Brad Gilbert, Iga Swiatek, Bryan Brothers, Venus Williams, Grigor Dimitrov, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Amanda Anisimova and now Nick Kyrgios.

Kyrgios deals with how he approaches some of the strengths of his game. Such as the forehand, the serve, the dropshot and more obscure topics like the tweener and the underarm serve. Great fun for ambitious tennis players.

Nick is actually very easy to listen to and relays the information in a good way. Maybe a coach in the making after his playing career? (Or a Call of Duty pro?).

If you want to check out Nick on Top Court or any of the other interesting videos they have, use my link and try it for free for 14 days. Just make sure to unsubscribe before the end of the 14 days in case you don’t enjoy it. I’m an affiliate of TopCourt (I only affiliate with products I genuinely like and use!) and get a small commission if you pay for their service, but this is a free trial, so no pressure!

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