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Nick Kyrgios' mum CAN'T watch his winning run at Wimbledon because seeing him play gives her so much anxiety she had to see a psychologist for six months Kyrgios' mother Nill has revealed she goes into a 'strange panic' during matches  Said she cannot watch his games because 'I can't expose myself to that anxiety'  Star's mother has suffered heart and kidney problems that left her seriously ill 

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While the rest of Australia saw Nick Kyrgios win through to the quarter finals at Wimbledon on Monday night, the star's mum was watching his fellow Aussie Alex de Minaur play instead - because she can't bear seeing her son on the court.

Nill Kyrgios has revealed seeing the 29-year-old's matches put her in such a bad place mentally that she had to seek professional help.

'I haven't watched him play for a while, actually. I can't expose myself to that anxiety' she said.

Nill and Nick (pictured together at his 27th birthday celebrations in Canberra) share a close bond - but watching him play sends her into a 'strange panic'

Nill and Nick (pictured together at his 27th birthday celebrations in Canberra) share a close bond - but watching him play sends her into a 'strange panic' 

She has previously been courtside for her son's games (pictured at the 2016 Australian Open) but admits she hasn't been able to view him play 'for a while' after doing so left her in need of professional help

She has previously been courtside for her son's games (pictured at the 2016 Australian Open) but admits she hasn't been able to view him play 'for a while' after doing so left her in need of professional help

'I go into a really strange panic ... It actually got to a stage where I sought help. I was seeing a psychologist for six months. I was not in a good place. My anxiety level watching Nick was so high.'

Nill doesn't even like checking the score during his games, she told the Sydney Morning Herald, so she waits for someone to message her and tell her the final result instead.

'The problem is I don't want to

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