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nick kyrgios turns out to only earn this much throughout his career

     Nicholas Hilmy Krygious (born 27 April 1995) is an Australian professional tennis player. In singles, Kyrgios' career-highest ATP singles ranking in the world No. 13 was achieved on 24 October 2016. [7] He has won six ATP Tour singles titles, including the 2019 Washington Open, and reached ten finals, mainly majors. the final at the 2022 Wimbledon Championships, and the Masters 1000 final at the 2017 Cincinnati Masters.

        Kyrgios is a controversial player whose matches featured "epic performances of nagging, racket-damaging and trash talking". According to Tennishead magazine, he has received more fines for his temperamental on the court than any other player in ATP history. His actions included swearing, smashing his racket, as well as insults and verbal altercations with crowds, with referees, with his opponents and with his supporters.

        He is a player full of drama throughout his career, he won the runner-up in the final of Wembleddon 2022 against N.Djokovic by a narrow score. The 27-year-old beat his best performance in the quarter-finals of the previous Grand Slam when he beat Cristian Garin in straight sets to qualify for the last four.

        Kyrgios then got a big boost when Rafael Nadal withdrew from the scheduled semi-finals due to an abdominal injury sustained in his five-set win over Taylor Fritz in the quarter-finals.

        Wanting to become the first Australian men's singles Grand Slam winner since Lleyton Hewitt at Wimbledon in 2002, Kyrgios will have to move past world number one. 3 and 20-time major winner Novak Djokovic in the final.

        Kyrgios has already been guaranteed £1,050,000 (AU$1,848,677) to qualify for the final. The semi-finalists at the All England Club received prize money of £535,000 (AU$941,945), meaning Nadal's withdrawal cost Kyrgios more than AU$900,000.

        Kyrgios is the first Australian men's singles player to reach a major final since Hewitt at the Australian Open in 2005, and the first to do so at Wimbledon since Mark Philippoussis in 2003.

        If Canberran can go all the way, he'll pocket a very cool £2,000,000, the equivalent of AU$3,521,290. Still only 27 years of age, Kyrgios has packed a lot in his tennis career so far.

In addition to all of his on-court antics and off-court headlines, Kyrgios has managed to squeeze in some pretty good tennis along the way.

        Kyrgios has won six singles titles on the ATP Tour so far in his career, as well as two doubles.

His combined earnings throughout his touring career totaled US$9,905,710 (AU$14,498,244).

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