Nick Kyrgios withdraws from Australia’s United Cup due to injury

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Nick Kyrgios has withdrawn from the Australian team for the inaugural United Cup due to injury, less than 24 hours before the start of the tournament.

Kyrgios was due to lead the Australian charge against Great Britain in the team’s opening Group D tie tomorrow evening.

In a statement on social media, organisers of the event confirmed Kyrgios had pulled out and said Alex de Minaur would move into the number one men’s position for Team Australia.

Krygios reportedly suffered an injury in Dubai and won’t play until the Australian Open gets underway.

The Australian Open is due to get underway on January 16.

READ MORE: Nick Kyrgios backs decision to allow Novak Djokovic to play at 2023 Australian Open.

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