Kyrgios finds freedom after not wanting ‘to see the light of day’

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Kyrgios finds freedom after not wanting ‘to see the light of day’

The Aussie star has opened up about living with depression, and his hopes of being back in action soon

Hardik Vyas

Australian Nick Kyrgios has opened up about his battle with depression and says returning to live with his parents in Canberra in 2020 has been good for his mind and soul.

Kyrgios, who started seeing a psychologist in 2018, has been criticised for not caring enough about his tennis career.

“I felt like no one wanted to know me as a person, they wanted to get a hold of me as a tennis player and use me,” Kyrgios told Stellar magazine. “I didn’t feel like I could trust anyone. It was a lonely, dark place.”..

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