Nick Kyrgios withdraws from US Open

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Tennis star Nick Kyrgios has withdrawn from the US Open.

The organisers announced Kyrgios’ decision on Friday morning, just two weeks out from the start of the tournament on August 29.

Whilst no reason was given for his withdrawal, Kyrgios has battled injuries over the past year.

He pulled out of the Australian Open this year with a knee injury and underwent surgery. He then pulled out of the French Open and Wimbledon, citing a wrist injury.

Kyrgios has played just once in 2023 — a loss in Stuttgart, Germany, in June ahead of Wimbledon.

His latest withdrawal means Kyrgios, ranked no. 92, will fall off a cliff on the ATP Tour rankings and will have to fight his way back into tournaments and grand slams through qualifiers.

Source: news.com.au.

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