Kyrgios fined for outburst at spectator in win against Silva

Posted January 19, 2018

He plays with the right tactic always. a player that (is) going to give you nothing.

Troicki's first break point didn't come until the second game of the third set, but the 31-year-old - who eliminated Aussie wildcard Alex Bolt in five sets in round one - was unable to convert. I think I was 12.

"It's a different crowd at Rod Laver Arena".

"I like the atmosphere when two sets of the crowd are going against each other, it's just when it crosses the line when you're in the middle of a rally and you're literally about to make contact and they make sound on goal", he said.

The brother of Australian star Nick Kyrgios can expect to be issued with a "please explain" from Tennis Australia for donning loud T-shirts advertising a betting company.

Both Kyrgios and Troicki possess big serves and served 16 and 15 aces respectively in the match.

From there, it looked like the Aussie would close out the match easily but, after saving a match point with a drop shot at 5-3, Troicki broke Kyrgios for the first time in the next game.

Kyrgios started the next set well when he claimed another break in the third game then held to lead 3-1. "She has nothing to lose, so that's why I know she goes just for everything", Svitolina said.

After cruising through his opening matches on Hisense Arena, the 22-year-old returns to centre court at the same age as when Tsonga made the men's final in 2008.

"He is a good friend of mine", the home hope said. Tsonga is usually consistent and one of the better servers in the game, but he struggled big time with his second serve and looked nonchalant at times.

But Kerber overcame a stern test from Donna Vekic to advance to the third round for the sixth time in seven years, while Sharapova dismissed 14th seed Anastasija Sevastova to reach Round 3 for the sixth time in seven years.

Should Kyrgios win through to the fourth round, he will face either third seed Grigor Dimitrov or Russian powerhouse Andrey Rublev.

"Experience was crucial", said Wozniacki. "Or stay on the beach, drinking some beer" — Juan Martin del Potro says where he'd rather be instead of playing tennis in extremely hot weather. I didn't really know what was going on.

The victor of this match is likely to face Grigor Dimitrov in the fourth round, provided the Bulgarian gets past Andrey Rublev, the same man who beat him in the second round at Flushing Meadows previous year.

"I'm happy - not because of the way I played but the way I fought".