Australian tennis player Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios competes professionally. On April 27, 1995, he was born in Canberra, Australia. He stands 1.93 meters tall. Kyrgios attended Radford College up until the eighth grade before completing his senior year at Daramalan College in Canberra in 2012.
At the age of 13, Kyrgios participated in his first junior match at an Australian grade 4 tournament in 2008. In June 2010, at the age of 15, he captured his first ITF junior circuit victory in Fiji. Kyrgios won the first set in his first-round qualifying match at the 2012 Australian Open in a tiebreak, but Mathieu Rodrigues easily defeated him in the second and third sets.
After Dominik Hrbat and Lleyton Hewitt, Kyrgios is the only player to have defeated each of the Big Three (Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal) in their respective debut matches.
Kyrgios is a contentious tennis player known as the sport’s “bad boy.” He has gotten more fines for his violent on-court behaviour than any other player in ATP history, claims Tennishead magazine. He has engaged in verbal abuse, broken his racket, argued with the officials and the crowd, and even thrown a chair.
Nick Kyrgios Parents: Meet Norlaila Kyrgios and Giorgos Kyrgios
Nich Kyrgios was born to parents Norlaila Kyrgios and Giorgos Kyrgios. His father is of Greek origin and his mother is from Malaysia.
His mother is a computer engineer, and his father is a self-employed house painter. His mother moved to Australia in her twenties after leaving Malaysia where she was born as a princess of the Selangor royal family.