Queen’s: Nick Kyrgios wants to emulate Andy Murray at Fever-Tree Championships

Gash Kyrgios beat Andy Murray at Queen’s last 365 days in the Scot’s comeback match after hip surgery

Australian Gash Kyrgios says he desires to emulate his appropriate kind friend Andy Murray by successful the Queen’s title as he targets grass-court success this 365 days.

Kyrgios, 23, won his first ATP title in 14 months last week, beating three high-10 players – including Rafael Nadal – on come to victory on the Mexican Commence.

The sector amount 33 has confirmed he’ll return to Queen’s in June.

“The courts are finest, they run well with my game and if I’m going successfully this would per chance well additionally place of residing me up perfectly for Wimbledon,” he acknowledged.

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The Fever-Tree Championships happen between 17-23 June, with BBC Sport offering stay protection from the west London club across television, radio and online.

British amount 1 Kyle Edmund, 24, is additionally place of residing to play on the ATP 500 match, along with 20-365 days-venerable Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas – who has climbed into the enviornment’s high 10 for the first time – and Croatia’s defending champion Marin Cilic.

Extinct world amount 1 Andy Murray has a occupation-lengthy commitment to the match, but his participation is in doubt after he had surgery on his hip last month.

Wimbledon starts on the All England Club a fortnight later on 1 July.

‘I know what I’m in a position to construct if I am feeling appropriate kind, and I own to reward that on the grass at Queen’s and Wimbledon this 365 days,” Kyrgios added.

“The Fever-Tree Championships is a gargantuan match, no doubt one of my appropriate kind mates Andy Murray won the title 5 instances there, so that reveals how vital it is.”

Murray, 31, won the title in 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2016.

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