Wimbledon 2022: Nick Kyrgios vs Novak Djokovic, men’s finals, live stream, results, news

Australian football icon Wayne Carey says he always knew Nick Kyrgios was living a lie and now everyone sees it.

The biggest match in Australian men’s tennis in 20 years has arrived.

All set for Nick Kyrgios to become the first Australian to win a Grand Slam since Lleyton Hewitt in 2002 when he faced Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon Super Final on Sunday night.

this is 27-year-old Australian for the first time in the final of the Grand Slam tournamentwhile Djokovic is chasing a 21st tournament that will put him behind Rafael Nadal in the battle for GOAT status.

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Kyrgios had a rough road to the final and admitted at his final press conference on Friday he struggled to sleep due to the anxiety he feels about the biggest match of his life.

Here’s everything you need to know about match start time as well as how can you watch this.

Aussie football legend exposes Kyrgios’ lies

AFL legend Wayne Carey sensationally suggested that Kyrgios lived his career behind lies just hours before Sunday’s final.

The North Melbourne icon said he noticed a change in Kyrgios as he watched the Canberran show more emotional courage and vulnerability on and off the court.

this is what many commentators noticed.

“The opposite is starting to show up,” Carey said. Triple M Cloudy.

“He always said, ‘I don’t like tennis. I just do it because I can and make money.” There are excuses. That’s what always disappointed me, because he has talent, but the excuse always lay in him.

“But it’s creeping through now. He always cares. Now it becomes clear that he really cares. That’s why it will be a must-see. Now we know that he cares. He’s in the final. So can he handle this pressure?”

He came forward after former AFL coach Ross Lyon accused Kyrgios of trying to stay in his comfort zone his entire career.

“I felt he needed an alibi, an excuse,” Lyon said.

“If you see his God-given genetic talent, then in my opinion he was not ready to give everything, commit himself and allow himself to be emotionally vulnerable. That’s what I don’t like about him.

“I don’t think he allows himself to be emotionally bold in order to be devastated.”

Changes in Kyrgios were noticed by tennis experts who closely followed him at Wimbledon.

Broadcaster Katherine Whitaker said that while the Canberran has at times been “quite obnoxious” and “obnoxious” in London – whether by opponents, officials or journalists – it’s impossible not to appreciate the new light with which he views his charge in the All England Federation. Club.

“One thing I loved about Nick Kyrgios is the recognition of how much he cares,” Whitaker said. tennis podcastwhich she is co-host.

“And we always knew that he cared, and all this ‘indifference’ or performative ‘indifference’ is one big defense mechanism.

“I know I’m doing armchair psychology again, but I feel pretty confident about it.

“I love that he just says it (that he cares). He says, “I’m already nervous, I’m already terribly nervous. I don’t usually get nervous, but I do.

“He wants this one and he’s happy to say he wants it.”

Wife reacts to Djokovic’s astounding record

Djokovic will make history when he becomes the first player to ever appear in 32 Grand Slam finals, and now an even more amazing record has been uncovered.

The 35-year-old has not lost at Wimbledon since 2017. Since then, he has won three Wimbledon titles in a row, with the tournament not held in 2020 due to the pandemic.

That means he has won 37 consecutive matches on Wimbledon’s legendary center court and hasn’t lost at the iconic stadium since 2013. Since then, his two losses have been on court 1.

Tennis analyst Matt Roberts was the first to tweet the entry, and it even impressed Djokovic’s wife Elena.

“I didn’t know that. Wow,” she replied on Twitter.

Djokovic is playing in the Wimbledon final for the eighth time and could win the championship for a stunning seventh time if he beats Kyrgios.

Kyrgios and Joker’s ‘weird’ swap goes viral

Kyrgios spoke about his “bromance” with Djokovic at his last press conference before the Wimbledon final on Sunday night, and the couple embrace their newfound love for each other.

Just 18 months ago, Kyrgios told reporters at the 2021 Australian Open that he “didn’t like” the Serbian star “at all”, but after the Canberran became one of the few players to publicly support Djokovic during his deportation earlier this year, the duo became unlikely allies.

Reposting a tweet by Serbian journalist Sasa Ozmo about improving rivalry relations in his Instagram story, Kyrgios asked Djokovic if they are now “friends”.

Djokovic responded on his Instagram account, writing: “If you invite me for a drink or dinner, I accept. PS tomorrow’s winner pays.”

Kyrgios continued the banter, answering: “We agreed, let’s go to a nightclub and go nuts.”

Originally published as Wimbledon final Nick Kyrgios vs Novak Djokovic live: AFL legend screams lies