The Australian is trying to stage a comeback from two sets down.
Nick Kyrgios is certainly living up to his reputation as a showman against Andreas Seppi in the Australian Open fourth round.
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The man most famous for knocking out Rafael Nadal during last year’s Wimbledon tried his best to rescue this point against the Italian but not even throwing his racket across the court could see him reach the ball after a brilliant rally between the two.
Kyrgios is currently trying to stage an unlikely comeback against the man who conquered Roger Federer and has just won the third set after Seppi took the first two.