22. Sep 2022
ATP Tour 500 – EUR 2.276 million – 22 to 30 October 2022
Kyrgios serves up first-class entertainment
The latest attraction to be added to the line-up of this year’s Swiss Indoors is a first for the tournament. Spectators at the highlight of the Swiss tennis calendar will have the pleasure of seeing Wimbledon finalist Nick Kyrgios (ATP 20) in action. The 27-year-old Australian will begin his campaign at St. Jakob on Tuesday, 25 October and will no doubt bring the fireworks for which he is known.
With a huge serve and magnificent touch, Kyrgios is the poster boy for diversity in world tennis. Born to a Malaysian mother and Greek father, Kyrgios hails from Canberra. The model athlete is equally renowned for his hot-headed, rock-and-roll attitude on the court, though his talent is undisputed. Having only played 12 points-awarding tournaments this year, he is currently 20th in the ATP rankings. If Wimbledon had not dispensed with points this year due to the Ukraine conflict, the Australian would be knocking on the door of the top ten. Kyrgios has demonstrated a new consistency this year, making at least the quarterfinals in eight tournaments.
Plenty of Grand Slam class on display
After securing US Open winner Carlos Alcaraz (ATP 1) and French Open and US Open finalist Casper Ruud (ATP 2), the exceptional field at Swiss Indoors from 22 to 30 October has now got a further boost with the addition of Wimbledon finalist Nick Kyrgios (ATP 20). The seeds will also include last year’s US Open semi-finalist, Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime (ATP 13), and the champion of the 2014 US Open, Marin Cilic (ATP 16). The Croatian also won the title in Basel in 2016. Three-time Grand Slam winner Stan Wawrinka will also be in the draw with a protected ranking.
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