Nick Kyrgios smashes compatriot de Minaur in Montreal

Nick Kyrgios continued his terror on the ATP Tour beating compatriot Alex de Minaur 6-2 6-3 to move on to the quarterfinal.

Nick Kyrgios is playing on an unreal level right now with the Australian beating players left and right. With this win, Kyrgios improves to 15-1 in his last 16 singles matches and 8-0 in his last eight doubles matches getting to a combined record on 24-1 in the last 25 matches played. That's incredible for a player whose main issue was lack of consistency due to his unserious attitude towards the sport.

Those things are a thing of the past and he backed it up against de Minaur. Only 23 minutes were needed for Nick to smash his compatriot as he returned exceptionally well to put Alex under tremendous pressure. He didn't handle it well and Kyrgios cruised.

The 2nd set was much more competitive but not that hard for Nick. He broke de Minaur to start the 2nd set but lost his serve next game after some poor choices. It was the first time he was broken in two weeks as he won Washington unbroken. Kyrgios broke his opponent once more and in response de Minaur upped the aggressiveness.

Kyrgios had his serve working which gave him a good cushion as he continued to roll on with another break. The final score was 6-2 6-3 for the Aussie mean who looks unbeatable at the moment.

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