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Nick Kyrgios delivering personalized videos for fans on new Cameo account
Be prepared to drop a significant amount of cash if you want a limited-edition video from the Aussie.
Published Jul 05, 2021
It was an unfortunate end for Nick Kyrgios at the All England Club last week. Playing in his first event since the Australian Open, he captured an impressive opening-round win over Ugo Humbert and defeated Italy's Gianluca Mager before retiring to Felix Auger-Aliassime in the third round.
With no competitive play and jumping directly into a best-of-five set format, his body broke down as he experienced severe abdominal pain. He briefly delighted crowds with his humor and raw talent, but if fans are wanting more Kyrgios they can head over to his new Cameo account.
What is Cameo?
It's an online service that allows fans to hire actors, athletes, models and or other celebrity to deliver personalized videos. The service is far from free and each celeb sets their own price and always have the final say of which requests they accept. Ice Cube and Caitlyn Jenner, for example, charge anywhere from $500 to $2500 per video.
Kyrgios is the latest to hop on the platform. What will a personalized video from the world No. 60 cost you? Be prepared to drop $200 per clip.
The Aussie is already getting five-star reviews, one customer wrote:
"Thank you so much Nick! You are an absolute legend for getting the video done so quick an so well. Have absolutely made this birthday one o a kind!"
The 26-year-old originally charged $175 for a video, but after his encouraging performances at Wimbledon he decided to up the price. If you're on the fence, don't delay: Kyrgios is on the platform for a good time not a long time, and will only be doing 15 more limited-edition videos.
"I'm here to make your day!!!!" Kyrgios wrote in his Cameo bio. Out of all 24 reviews left so far, Kyrgios has garnished nothing less than perfect five-star ratings.
The Aussie remains undecided if he will vie for gold at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics later this month.