Nick Kyrgios SLAMS ATP’s Off-Court Coaching Program

ATP Tour: Nick Kyrgios SLAMS ATP’s off-court coaching program, saying ‘I totally disagree with that’. Australian Nick Kyrgios has condemned the ATP Tour’s decision to try coaching out of court, saying on Wednesday that the beauty of the game is being taken away where players have to figure things out on their own. Follow the ATP Tour updates at InsideSport.IN

ATP will test off-court coaching in the second half of the year, with players qualifying for tournaments, including the US Open and the ATP Finals, and guided to the main draw.

ATP Tour: Nick Kyrgios criticizes ATP’s off-court coaching program, saying ‘I totally disagree with it’

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Serena Williams and now coach Simona Halep congratulate coach Patrick Muratoglo, ATP “To ‘legitimize’ a practice that has been going on in almost every match for decades” But Kyrgios said he opposed the move.

“Totally agree. Kyrgios said on Twitter that it was one of the only unique features that was not present in any other game.

“The players had to figure things out on their own. That was the beauty of it. What if a high profile player vs. a low ranking player without a coach or (can’t)?

The trial begins in the week of July 11 and will continue until the ATP Finals, which ends the season in November.

Muratoglo was involved in an infamous off-court coaching incident when Williams was warned for coaching violations in the 2018 US Open final – which was not initially sanctioned at the Grand Slam.

Moratoglo gestured at the stand during the dramatic decision against final winner Naomi Osaka. But the 52-year-old coach later said he would do it again, describing it “The Stupidest Rule” Since no one was punished.

ATP Tour: Nick Kyrgios criticizes ATP’s off-court coaching program, saying ‘I totally disagree with it’

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