Nick Kyrgios misses out on Davis Cup


Nick Kyrgios has missed out on playing in the Davis Cup finals in Italy next month. 

Australian captain Lleyton Hewitt was forced to leave Kyrgios out, who is back home in Canberra after playing in the Laver Cup. 

“Team selection is never easy,” Hewitt says in

Alex de Minaur will lead the Australian team again, which includes John Millman, Jordan Thompson, Alexei Popyrin, and doubles star John Peers. 

“It’s going to be really exciting to be back with the boys again at the Davis Cup Finals,” Hewitt says.

“We will be led by our No.1 Alex de Minaur, who has had a really consistent three to four years on the tour and has established himself as a top player.” 





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