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Nick Kyrgios benefits from his freaks in the game: top coach Patrick Mouratoglou analyzes Australians

“I think that’s his way of getting energy, the will and the aggressiveness that he needs for his game,” Moratoglou said in a podcast on tennismajors.com.

“In a way, he creates his own problems because that’s what he needs to get the best out of himself,” said the Frenchman. It doesn’t have to be done consciously.

“A lot of people think he’s annoying and I can understand that. I’m not saying it’s good or bad. I’m just saying it’s good for him and he needs it,” he explained.

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“If he’s too quiet, he’s not aggressive enough in the game and he doesn’t show his best. He’s much more vulnerable in his game if he’s calm when there’s no problem,” said Mouratoglou.

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