Nick Kyrgios (45th), who has been inactive for nine months, spoke with Stellar magazine about his depression problems in recent years and how he managed to cope with them.
Thanks to the stop for the coronavirus, the Australian returned to Canberra to live with his parents and said that this helped his mind and soul. “I felt that no one wanted to know me as a person, they wanted to contact me as a tennis player and use me. He didn’t feel like he could trust anyone. It was a dark and lonely place, ”he told the Irish magazine.
“I have reached a level of freedom in my life where I don’t really care what they think of me. There are people who live and breathe tennis and that is fine. I am not saying that is right or wrong,” said the Australian.
He also spoke about his situation during the coronavirus stop in his tennis career and how he is living it. “On the tour there is a block of seven months where I can not see my family or be at home, so I am really taking advantage of everything that happens at the moment” said the number 45 of the ATP ranking.