It is the first time in a decade that Kyrgios will not be playing in his home Grand Slam.
Andy Murray says he has no timeframe on how much longer he will continue playing on the Tour and has vowed to continue his career as...
Nick Kyrgios might be a divisive figure for some in the world of tennis but he continues to be a hit with many fans around the...
Will the Australian be fully fit in time for his home Grand Slam?
Nick Kyrgios hit back at Lleyton Hewitt on social media.
There appears to be no love loss between the two players who have played against each other five times on the Tour.
Will the world No.27 be ready in time for the first Grand Slam of 2023?
In a first for the sport, a Netflix series covers events that have taken place during this season both on and off the court.
The tennis star points out that he has won more titles and matches than the person who received the award this year.
The tennis star has taken a swipe at his critics while discussing his commitment to the team tournament and if he will participate in it again.
Nick Kyrgios spoke about the brutal ATP schedule after losing his opening round robin doubles match at the Nitto ATP Finals.
Was it fair to use the Grand Slam qualification rule at this year's Wimbledon Championships when no ranking points was on offer?
Nick Kyrgios has lent his full support to Novak Djokovic and his bid to be allowed to return to the Australian Open next year. Nine-time champion...
The Australian has been forced to make a last-minute decision to pull out of the tournament but he still plans to play more events this year.
After his latest win at the Ariake Coliseum, Kyrgios explains how playing doubles helps him enjoy tennis more.
Kyrgios legal team say the application has been submitted after 'reviewing' his medical history since 2015.
Nick Kyrgios’ outburst following his quarter-final loss to Karen Khchanov at the US Open has landed him in a little bit of trouble with officials. The...
The Australian tennis star reacts to his marathon loss at Flushing Meadows.
The 26-year-old will lose his No.1 ranking as a result of his latest loss.
Daniil Medvedev and Nick Kyrgios will meet for the fifth time on Sunday at the US Open.