'Here for you': Nick Kyrgios stuns fans with remarkable gesture

Riley Morgan
·Sports Reporter
·2-min read
Nick Kyrgios (pictured) reacting during the Australian Open.
Aussie tennis star Nick Kyrgios (pictured) has posted a heartwarming message to his followers. (Getty Images)

Nick Kyrgios has posted a heartwarming message to his fans following a turbulent few weeks after the Australian Open.

Kyrgios enjoyed a rollercoaster Australian Open before he was eliminated in a five-set thriller to Dominic Thiem.

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After reportedly reuniting with girlfriends Chiari Passari, Kyrgios has posted an inspirational quote for his Instagram followers.

The Aussie tennis maverick posted a photo of his words after the Citi Open, which he described his experiences as a younger kid when he was told he wasn't going to make it by coaches and teachers.

He also commented on the 'disgusting' racism he has endured during his journey in becoming a world renowned tennis star.

"This is for anyone who struggles with motivation, struggles with what their purpose is, for those who have days when you don’t want to get out of bed, IT'S OK," he wrote.

"I’ve been to places that I’m not proud of, people telling me all the time, ‘waste of talent’ ‘disappointment’. Dealt with disgusting racism, got told by people close to me they have lost hope."

Kyrgios called on fans to reach out if they are ever feeling 'lost' in the heartwarming post.

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"I know what it feels like when you think no one is understanding the struggles that are in your head," he wrote.

"I’m telling you right now, everything will be ok, enjoy this beautiful life in front of you, do what makes YOU happy.

"Don’t take this opportunity for granted. Feel free to reach out to me if you are feeling lost, or like you can’t go to anyone. IM HERE for you."

Kyrgios' fans praised the World No.50 for his heartwarming post.

Kyrgios' brother, Christos, applauded him for using his platform to offer inspiration.

“So proud of you always. It’s not the struggles we go through that define us, but how tall we stand when we make it through the other side,” Christos wrote on the post.

“Keep inspiring, keep living, and keep turning up — never give up.”

Kyrgios' relationship with Passari

Kyrgios and Passari appeared all-but over last week when she posted a series of explosive text messages she'd apparently received from the Australian tennis star.

Passari had also appeared to lash out at Kyrgios in a number of deleted social media posts.

However the couple have seemingly patched things up, judging by their most recent Instagram activity.

Kyrgios and Passari have re-followed each other, while on Friday night she posted a photo of herself carrying bags of luggage, writing “omw” (on my way).

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