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The European Open is back in Melbourne
The UK Open looks like it’s just around the corner
In this weekend’s action, Rory McIlroy holds the British Open trophy after finishing a distant eighth in Paris. In an intriguing match-up, McIlroy and Nick Kyrgios faced off in the second round of the Australian Open.
The British Open was a bit of a strange event, with the field splitting into two camps and both aiming to be top seeds. In the second round, the top three seeds, in addition to Nick Kyrgios, played each other to win the event and the British Open championship. However, the second round could have been the beginning of the end for the Australian Open, and the Australian Open final would have to be played.
At this juncture, it makes no sense for one of the top three seeds to face a top two seed in the opening round of a Grand Slam event, regardless of who gets to take the title. After all, both McIlroy and Kyrgios were the heavy favorites in qualifying for the first time this year, and while Kyrgios is coming off back-to-back US Open triumphs, the Australian Open is his most successful Grand Slam tourney to date.
It doesn’t take much to determine whether it’s the best option to take this match-up or not. After all, the top three seeds will most likely be looking to regain their footing on the Australian Open final following the massive run they’ve had in the더킹카지노 tournament so far. It wouldn’t be a shocking move if it resulted in either player holding the British Open trophy, and even though it’s not likely, the potential outcomes may not be that더킹카지노 great either.
Kyrgios has not won a grand slam since the Australian Open final in 2013, as he fell in straight sets to David Ferrer. The French Open final in 2013, and the Wimbledon final both back in 2011, are just two of his 10 major final successes in the ATP Tour, while three consecutive Grand Slam titles also came as a result of his achievements.
In addition, while we’ll never fully understand his competitive abilities, there was just one other time that the two met in the UK Open final: when McIlroy and Fabio Fognini faced off in the 2014 final, and both players came out on top, though Fognini eventually lost the quarterfinals to David Goffin.
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