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Kyrgios Withdraws From Roland Garros

Nick Kyrgios won't be making his long-awaited Roland Garros return this month.

Wimbledon finalist Kyrgios officially withdrew from Roland Garros today as he continues recovery from knee surgery. 

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The explosive Kyrgios underwent an arthroscopic surgery to clean up his lateral meniscus and remove a paralabral cyst in the final week of January and is still not ready to compete.

The 28-year-old Aussie, who scored a combined 61 victories in 2022 (37 singles and 24 doubles wins), has not played Roland Garros since his 2017 second-round loss to Kevin Anderon. Overall, Kyrgios owns a 5-5 lifetime record at the French Open.

Tennis Express

“It’s not looking likely,” Kyrgios’ agent Daniel Horsfall told the Sydney Morning Herald about his chances of a clay return. "We are trying everything we can to have Nick ready on court as soon as possible.”

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