WATCH: Players console ballgirl hit by serve at Boodles - Baseline

The Boodles is playing out this week in London, and serves as a fun way for top stars to get ready for Wimbledon. But for the ball kids, it's a tough job, as tough as any pro tournament, as one girl found out the hard way. Thanasi Kokkinakis delivered ...

Wimbledon 2017: Nick Kyrgios concludes preparations with Viktor Troicki win - The Sydney Morning Herald

London: Nick Kyrgios has wrapped up his Wimbledon preparations with another exhibition win at The Boodles in Buckinghamshire. Kyrgios backed up his straight-sets defeat of Philipp Kohlschrieber with a 6-7 6-2 (10-5) win over Viktor Troicki on Friday.

Federer, Nadal drawn for Wimbledon final, 11 years after 1st - Fresno Bee

Like a couple of old friends gathering for a reunion, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal could face each other in the Wimbledon final more than a decade after their first such meeting. The draw at the All England Club on Friday established plenty of ...

Del Potro v Kokkinakis, Murray v Bublik - Wimbledon first rounds not to be missed - Sport360°

The men's draw revealed plenty of mouth-watering first rounds at Wimbledon. Here are our picks for opening matches to watch at the All England Club. Reem Abulleil. by Reem Abulleil 30th June 2017. article:30th June 2017. Facebook. Twitter. Google Plus.

Kyrgios wins again at The Boodles - SBS

Australian No.1 Nick Kyrgios is all set for Wimbledon after an undefeated stint at The Boodles exhibition event in Buckinghamshire. Source: AAP. 54 MINS AGO UPDATED 53 MINS AGO. Nick Kyrgios has wrapped up his Wimbledon preparations with another ...

Wimbledon: Aussie hothead Nick Kyrgios is confident he can go all the way - Daily News & Analysis

Kyrgios is yet to win a title this year, losing out to Roger Federer in the quarter-finals at Indian Wells and the semi-finals at the Miami Open. Nick Kyrgios is confident he can overcome his injury woes and win his first Wimbledon title next week, the ...

Federer's countdown to the end ticks loudly at Wimbledon - The Australian

It is impossible to know when Roger Federer is playing his last match because one fall on a slippery grass court on the green, green lawns of Wimbledon, or one twinge of his old man's back, or one locking of the knee he hurt while running a bath for ...

Wimbledon draw: Nick Kyrgios to open his campaign against Pierre-Hugues Herbert, may face clash with Andy Murray - The Australian

Nick Kyrgios may need to pull off tennis's version of Mission: Impossible to win Wimbledon after being presented with an extraordinary draw for the grass-court grand slam. Kyrgios will open his campaign against Pierre-Hugues Herbert and could ...

Can Nick Kyrgios win Wimbledon? - The Advertiser

Strolling through the player lounge at stately Queen's Club in west London, Kyrgios is cracking jokes and making plans. He tells fellow Aussie Thanasi Kokkinakis he is going for a haircut and, sure enough, minutes later, Kyrgios is in the stylist's ...

Wimbledon draw: Nick Kyrgios facing potential clash with Andy Murray - Herald Sun

NICK Kyrgios will open his quest for Wimbledon glory on Monday against French journeyman Pierre-Hugues Herbert ahead of a potential fourth-round clash defending champion Andy Murray. The Canberran fared best of the Australians at the official draw, ...

Top players all get tough quarterfinal draws at Wimbledon - Watertown Daily Times

FILE - In this Nov. 27, 2016, file photo, Croatia's Marin Cilic gestures after winning a point against Argentina's Juan Martin Del Potro during their Davis Cup finals tennis singles match in Zagreb, Croatia. Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal ...

Wimbledon 2017: Tough first round matches loom for Australia's male contingent - The Sydney Morning Herald

London: Nick Kyrgios will open his Wimbledon campaign against Pierre-Hugues Herbert and could face top-seeded titleholder Andy Murray in the fourth round for the second year running. While he should be able to ease into the tournament, Australia's big ...

Australia's Kyrgios feels he can win Wimbledon - Eurosport.com AU

June 30 (Reuters) - Nick Kyrgios is confident he can overcome his injury woes and win his first Wimbledon title next week, the 22-year-old Australian said after winning an exhibition match at the Boodles tournament on Thursday.

Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer picks Nick Kyrgios as top contender to surprise anybody - International Business Times, India Edition

Despite not being in the best of form this year, Nick Kyrgios believes he has a chance at winning Wimbledon this year. no photo · Bryan Rodrigues. June 30, 2017 15:17 IST. Nick Kyrgios, Roger Federer, Federer on Kyrgios, Wimbledon, Wimbledon 2017, ...

Kyrgios on Wimbledon's Mission: Impossible - SBS

The Wimbledon draw has thrown up the possibility of Nick Kyrgios needing to beat four of the sport's Big Five in successive matches to lift the trophy. Source: AAP. 4 HOURS AGO. Nick Kyrgios may need to pull off tennis's version of Mission: Impossible ...

Kyrgios could face Murray at Wimbledon - SBS

Nick Kyrgios is projected to meet top-seeded titleholder Andy Murray in the fourth round of Wimbledon for the second year in a row. Source: AAP. 26 MINS AGO. Tweet. Nick Kyrgios will open his Wimbledon campaign against Pierre-Hugues Herbert and could ...

Sky's the limit at Wimbledon: Nick Kyrgios - The Sydney Morning Herald

LONDON: From a doubtful starter last week, now Nick Kyrgios earnestly believes he can become Australia's first Wimbledon champion in 15 years. "I honestly do think I can win it. Might need a bit of luck - and everything to fall into place - but I do ...

Federer's massive rap for Wimbledon 'top contender' Kyrgios - Yahoo7 News

Roger Federer is urging Nick Kyrgios to keep his cool and back his grasscourt pedigree as he bids to become Australia's first Wimbledon champion in 15 years. Close. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. 0:00.

BOODLES TENNIS UPDATE • NICK KYRGIOS AND SASCHA ZVEREV SHINE ON DAY 3 - 10sBalls

STOKE POGES, ENGLAND – JUNE 29: Nick Kyrgios of Australia serves during his match against Philipp Kohlschreiber of Germany during day three of The Boodles Tennis Event at Stoke Park on June 29, 2017 in Stoke Poges, England. (Photo by Jordan ...

Nick Kyrgios says injury no concern and form is fine ahead of Wimbledon - Herald Sun

NICK Kyrgios shrugged off concerns over his fitness with a morale-boosting exhibition win, declaring he can win Wimbledon. Encouraged by a 6-4 6-4 victory at The Boodles over German Philipp Kohlschreiber, Kyrgios said the “sky is the limit” at the All ...