John Millman has good news for Nick Kyrgios ahead of Australian Open

John Millman believes the likes of Nick Kyrgios, Tyler Fritz and Hubert Hulkacz would love their Australian Open chances given the new ball that will be used at Melbourne Park. Millman, 33, has already started preparing for the Australian summer.

Millman is currently preparing for the new season in his hometown of Brisbane. There, Millman had the opportunity to test the new ball that will be used at the Australian Open. “After playing with the AO 2023 Dunlop balls last week, my overall observation is that they are light and fast, especially the new balls.

Even in my humid environment in Brisbane, it wasn’t the easiest to control initially. NK, Hurkacz, Fritz are all very dangerous,” Millman tweeted.

Millman thinks Kyrgios and Fritz will love new Australian Open

When asked by a fan to compare the new Australian Open balls to those already used at the US Open, Millman said: “I think they feel a bit lighter, especially the new balls.

Not sure how well they’re dressed on the pitch in Melbourne, but being in Brisbane helps create relatively quick conditions. ”

Last week, Millman gave his opinion on the use of Adela in tennis. Some players suggested the widespread use of Adderall in the tennis world after Fernando Verdasco forgot to renew his Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) and failed a doping test for the ADHD drug.

“Overall, I really don’t like TUE in professional sport. It opens up too many loopholes for ‘legal doping’ – which is very unfortunate for those who have a legitimate need, as may be the case here. Same happens.

However, as everyone knows, if you want to dope, get a TUE. Other than that, one of the reasons I think Simona Halep is innocent. If she really wanted to use a substance to enhance her performance, she could have gone the TUE route.

I truly believe she is innocent and hope she returns to court soon! ’” Millman explained on Twitter.


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