• A review of performance from final games and what their title runs may mean for them respectively.


The year has been a wonderful year for the Australian and on Sunday in Washington. He added another set of trophies to his belt defeating Japanese Yoshihito Nishioka in singles finals. He also teed-up with Jack Sock for the doubles final.

Before 2022, consistency and hunger for the game wasn’t something to write home about for kyrgios despite boasting huge talents. But his attitude towards the sport has went through some quite surprising changes. Kyrgios now competing in more tournaments, looks very fit, not getting fines and tanking when he gets to them.

Nick Kyrgios was 26-7 this year in singles coming into the finals against Nishioka on Sunday. He has gotten to at least semifinals of his last five events. Kyrgios also need to make good use of his talents, play more tournaments, show more of he’s got. Doing that might probably get him to the ATP finals for the first time, who knows?

Kyrgios who was superb this week against all of his opponent. He only dropped a set once this week, to Frances Tiafoe, and in the same match, he had to save five match points to advance to the semis. He also wasn’t broken on serve and faced just ten break points all week long. The victory now takes Kyrgios from NO. 63 to NO. 37 in the world.


Medvedev won his first title of 2022 last night in Los Cabos, and is now re-writing a good season for himself. After becoming ATP NO.1 Medvedev’s form declined a bit, losing five straight finals, and showed rather disappointing performances in them.

“The good about tennis is that in one week you can turn around your season. Coming here I had lost five finals in a row. That’s not nice, I want to do better. You never know if it’s going to happen or not, and for sure before this final is a little bit nervous, a little bit more than usual. But now I’m really happy.”

Daniil Medvedev said after 7-5, 6-0 win over British Cam Norrie.

Medvedev played four matches in the week and won all in straight sets, facing two tough opponents; Miomir Kecmanovic and Cam Norrie. With this victory Medvedev remains NO.1 and goes into Montreal1000 as top seed.