A Disappointing Blow
Tennis sensation Nick Kyrgios has announced that he will not be participating in the upcoming Australian Open due to a wrist injury. This marks the second consecutive year that Kyrgios will miss his hometown tournament.
A Tough Year
Kyrgios has been struggling with fitness issues throughout the year, having played only one professional game against China's Wu Yibing, which resulted in a straight sets loss. Despite his determination to compete, Kyrgios was not named in the main draw on Thursday and confirmed his absence on his OnlyFans account.
Special Surprises on OnlyFans
While fans may be disappointed by Kyrgios' absence from the Australian Open, he has promised some "special things" on his OnlyFans platform. In a video on the formerly adult website, Kyrgios expressed his excitement to still be involved in the tournament by commentating matches and sharing exclusive content with his fans.
In addition to his announcement about the Australian Open, Kyrgios recently joined the popular content subscription platform OnlyFans. He explained that he wanted to be a part of the social media revolution and have the opportunity to create, produce, and share his own content. Kyrgios believes that athletes must not only show up on the court or field but also online to connect with their fans.
By joining OnlyFans, Kyrgios aims to provide his fans with a more intimate and personal look into his life. He expressed his excitement to engage directly with his fans and deliver the content they want to see.
Although Kyrgios won't be competing at the Australian Open this year, he assures his fans that he will still be present in a different capacity and encourages them to stay excited for what's to come.