Nick Kyrgios to return to Australia to seek further knee treatment

Nick Kyrgios to return to Australia to seek further knee treatment
Nick Kyrgios to return to Australia to seek further knee treatment
Aussie tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios reveals details of the painful knee injury which could derail his career - as he returns home for treatment Nick Kyrgios will return to Australia to deal with condition patella tendinopathy The condition affects the patella tendon which attaches kneecap to shinbone Kyrgios will undergo platelet-rich plasma therapy for his debilitating knee injury He is hopeful the injection will go smoothly and he'll be fit for Australian Open

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Nick Kyrgios is hopeful a blood platelet injection for a debilitating knee injury can get him back to his best in time for the Australian Open.

Fresh off the Laver Cup in Boston where he was part of the losing Team World, Kyrgios is returning to Australia to deal with patella tendinopathy.

Commonly known as 'jumper's knee', the painful condition affects the patella tendon which attaches the kneecap to the shinbone.

Nick Kyrgios is returning home to Australia after playing in the Laver Cup in Boston, USA to undergo platelet-rich plasma therapy after suffering from patella tendinopathy

Nick Kyrgios is returning home to Australia after playing in the Laver Cup in Boston, USA to undergo platelet-rich plasma therapy after suffering from patella tendinopathy

Kyrgios, ranked world No.96, said his knee

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