AUSTRALIAN OPEN 2024: RAFAEL NADAL’S HUGE ARM, ROGER FEDERER HOTEL GRIPE, AND NICK KYRGIOS ON “HEAD OF SNAKE” ALCARAZ

During Alexander Zverev’s four-set victory over Carlos Alcaraz in the Australian Open quarterfinals, Nick Kyrgios provided Eurosport viewers with additional box office views, thoughts, and insights from the commentary booth. Despite the loss, the Australian talked about Alcaraz as the tennis world’s future, his hotel room rival Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal’s enormous left arm.

The Boston Celtics easily defeated the Miami Heat 4-1 in the series, winning 118-84 on Wednesday to advance to the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Boston led from beginning to end as Jayson Tatum recorded a double-double and Jaylen Brown and Derrick White shared the top scoring total of 25 points.

I’m overjoyed for Carlos. We get to see a young player—it’sclearthat the guard is changing as Roger Federer steps down, Rafael Nadal is about to retire, and Novak Djokovic—who knows how much longer he has left—steps up. For the next ten years in our sport, he will undoubtedly be the head of the snake. I hope he stays well and maintains his excellent mental health. Because of his poor mental health, we don’t want him to take a year or two off from the sport. I want to watch him play and have a great time. Let me tell you, it looks like we will be spending a lot of nights together commenting on this guy.”

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