Wimbledon: Nick Kyrgios asks a FAN what his next move on the court should be

Wimbledon: Nick Kyrgios asks a FAN what his next move on the court should be
Wimbledon: Nick Kyrgios asks a FAN what his next move on the court should be
'Good call': Thrilling moment Nick Kyrgios asks a FAN what his next move on the court should be as he enjoys a second straight win at Wimbledon Nick Kyrgios wins second Wimbledon clash against Italian, Gianluca Mager He served a staggering 29 aces to win second-round match in straight sets   Kyrgios was being coached by a fan, taking crowd interaction to a new level For match point, Kyrgios asked the crowd member where to serve, and won 

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The extraordinary Nick Kyrgios show is rolling on with smiles and a serving masterclass as the Australian 'holidaymaker' enjoyed his second Wimbledon win in two days.

Kyrgios, who reckoned he was suffering physically from his draining first round win over Ugo Humbert on Wednesday, didn't show it as he returned 24 hours later to blow away a spirited and potentially dangerous challenge from Italian Gianluca Mager 7-6 (9-7) 6-4 6-4. 

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It was a victory which came with plenty of laughs and smiles - from both the player and his adoring fan club on Court No.3 - as well as an obscenity, for which Kyrgios was instantly forgiven as he apologised profusely.

He even appeared to discover a new coach as he enjoyed great rapport with a fan sitting at courtside who was doling out advice.

Taking crowd interaction to a new level, he'd asked where everyone thought he should hit his next serve and his new mentor shouted back, 'Down the middle!'

So he did - and instantly served an ace.

Nick Kyrgios found a new coach during his second-round clash as he asked a fan (pictured) where to serve on match point, before beating Gianluca Mager with an ace

Nick Kyrgios found a new coach during his second-round clash as he asked a

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