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Nick Kyrgios reveals heartbreak over his sick parents as he beats Aussie Alex de Minaur in Canada


Nick Kyrgios demolished fellow Australian Alex de Minaur at the Canadian Open on Friday and immediately opened up about his heartbreak over his sad family situation back home.

The Wimbledon runner-up, currently sitting at No.37 on the ATP rankings, put on a masterclass against de Minaur, winning in straight sets 6-2 6-3 and claiming victory in just 62 minutes.

Earlier this week the Canberran revealed that his mother and father are both in poor health – with his mother currently in hospital needing a kidney transplant.

‘I am missing home, I’m not going to lie,’ he said after the victory.

Nick Kyrgios was in blazing form at the Canadian Open winning 6-2 6-3 against fellow Aussie Alex De Minaur. The win was his 15th in his last 16 matches, pushing his ranking to No.27

Nick Kyrgios was in blazing form at the Canadian Open winning 6-2 6-3 against fellow Aussie Alex De Minaur. The win was his 15th in his last 16 matches, pushing his ranking to No.27

Nick Kyrgios pictured in happier times pictured with his brother, father and mother

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