Nick Kyrgios brings thunder on duty | ATP . round

Storm Service.

Nick Kyrgios He has the best serve on the planet this season, winning the ATP Tour leading 92.8 percent (568/612) of his 45 service games.

His movement is simply unforgiving. He begins his weight again while his arms are balanced, and extends forward. Imagine an arc flexing hard to shoot an arrow. Then he pulls his left foot and throws the lot in front of him away. It’s such a fast and explosive movement that you hardly see the ball falling as it launches itself on contact. In the BNP Paribas Bank is open In Indian Wells this year against Rafael Nadala 143 mph transmission shook for the first time in the opening set and a 141 mph blast in the third.

It cannot be read and cannot be turned off.

Infosys ATP Beyond The Numbers analysis of Kyrgios’ service stats for 2022 identifies seven specific points where the best of the round is in serving. The dataset includes players who played at least 10 matches in 2022. Below are the points scores for which Kyrgios leads the round, along with the round average.

Hold from 0/15 (round average 63.1%)
First: n. Kyrgios 82.4%
Second: J. Eisner 81.7%
Third: Horkach 81.4%

Kyrgios has been serving about 93 percent of the time this season. This only drops to 82 percent if he drops the opening point – just a flash on the screen. Kyrgios, Isner and Hurkacz were the only three players to cross the 80 percent threshold.

Hold from 0/30 (round average 40.5%)
First: n. Kyrgios 68.3%
Second. Djokovic is 68.0%
Third. Isner 65.2%

When the rest of the round falls behind 0/30, they only manage to hold four times out of 10 (40.5%). On the other hand, Kyrgios occupies nearly seven times out of 10 (68.3%). It’s a notable gap he created over his fellow players in this particular score.

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Holdings from 15/0 (round average 88.8%)
First: N. Kyrgios = 97.1%
The second: c. Isner = 96.6%
Third: R Opelka = 96.2%

Just one point in his favor and Kyrgios catches an impressive serve 97 percent of the time when he’s leading 15/0. John Isner And the Riley Opelka They are the other two players with a 96 percent score.

Hold of 30/30 (round average 73.5%)
the first. n. Kyrgios 88.9%
Second. O’Connell 87.3%
Third. Kobler 86.7%

Interesting to see three Australians at the top of the set leaderboard, all able to finish the game from a tight 30/30 pressure.

Hold of 30/15 (round average 88.4%)
First: n. Kyrgios 96.2%
Second: J. Eisner 95.5%
Third: Horkach 95.4%

Kyrgios, Isner, and Hubert Hurkacz They are consistently among the top three players in these categories, but Kyrgios is constantly finding a way to put them off the top spot.

Hold of 30/40 (round average 44.8%)
the first. n. Kyrgios 64.4%
Second. Isner 64.2%
Third. M Crissy 62.5%

With Kyrgios facing a break point, he still manages to win nearly two out of three (64.4%) serve games, while the round average struggles to get anywhere near the 50% threshold, at 44.8%.

Holdings of Deuce (round average 72.8%)
First: n. Kyrgios 89.1%
Second place: Horkash 87.4%
Third: M. Crissy 86.2%

These three players outperform the round average in ending a match from the devil, with an increase of more than 16 percentage points over Kyrgios.

Kyrgios returned to fetch the heat. He’s hit 716 aces this season (second best), with 23 of them coming when they hit a break point. His service traffic is unreadable for a return. He shoots a powerful broadhand or sends a “T” first of the exact same lot. It is back in the top 20 of the Pepperstone ATP Rankings and is currently 7th in the Pepperstone ATP Live Doubles Teams Ranking with Thansi Kokinakis.

Kyrgios Mojo is on the rise.

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