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Nick Kyrgios beats Daniil Medvedev at US Open

Nick Kyrgios beats Daniil Medvedev at US Open

Top seed Daniil Medvedev beaten by Nick Kyrgios at US Open

Nick Kyrgios came from behind to beat No. 1 seed Daniil Medvedev at the US Open in four sets.

Medvedev was seeking his first Grand Slam win, having been the defending champion at the French Open and Wimbledon.

It was the first time Medvedev, who was born in Belarus but now lives in the US, had been beaten in a Grand Slam tournament.

He was playing with his son Vadim, who was in the gallery in the fourth row of the stands.

Medvedev did not seem to mind the absence of his son, a tennis player himself.

“I came here to enjoy it,” he said after the match.

“It’s more pleasant to play with my boys and my family than to be with you guys.

“I don’t mind the loss. I just want to win.”

Kyrgios was bidding to win the eighth Grand Slam title of his career.

He was already assured of a place in the next round at Wimbledon and a place in the third round at the US Open.

The win gave him the chance to clinch the last remaining piece of the Grand Slam.

“A little bit of confidence but I’m not too happy with my game,” Medvedev said.

“I’m not too happy with my game for me today.”

Medvedev, who was not in the official draw, did not play in the third or fourth rounds, and lost to Australian Steve Johnson in the fourth round at the US Open two years after he played in the first Grand Slam final for Belarus in the 1991 semi-finals.

The match was close at the start and it required the serve of Kyrgios to produce a winner in the opening game as he took control of the match.

Medvedev hit two double faults in the next game and gave up an unforced error to Kyrgios, who then took control of the set.

Kyrgios then took the first set with a break in the third game to go up 2-1.

Medvedev could not find a way to break his serve while Kyrgios broke his serve twice and won the match at 5-4.

“It’s been a huge learning curve for me and I

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