No. 18 Nick Kyrgios likes the way he and his fellow Australians are playing in the men's singles at Wimbledon.
The 23-year-old is into the third round, along with teenager Alex De Minaur and Matthew Ebden.
De Minaur will next have to face 17-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal while Ebden plays against French veteran Gilles Simon.
“It's awesome. [De Minaur] is going to be a guy that's going to love playing on grass for his whole career," said Kyrgios. "These type of balls, nightmare, so flat. He's a great returner. I honestly think he can cause some damage. I don't think Rafa is going to be liking the ball that's going to come at him constantly for three hours. It's going to be a tough ask for him, but I think he could definitely cause a little bit of discomfort. He's got a lot of good guys around him.
"Ebden, he's a guy that grew up on grass. He's comfortable on it. Beat [David] Goffin first round. Never easy. He's looking confident.”
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