Andrey Rublev vs Nick Kyrgios Extended Highlights | US Open 2019 R3

  • Published: 11 September 2019
  • Andrey Rublev and Nick Kyrgios face off in Round 3 of the US Open 2019.
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Comments • 118

  • Douggie F
    Douggie F  9 hours back

    *OH STOP IT*
    It's both inappropriate and disingenuous for the commentator to be saying
    *OH STOP IT*

    • Nate Johnson
      Nate Johnson  2 weeks back

      Is kyrgios wearing kyries

      • 辛鸿慈
        辛鸿慈  1 months back

        c f

        • Pierre Daher
          Pierre Daher  1 months back

          Kyrgios talent and his game are simply unparalleled, It is pure magic what he is capable of doing on the court. Superb Nick !!

          • TrollYoMama xD
            TrollYoMama xD  1 months back

            First game : 40-0
            Second game : 0-40
            Third game: 40-0
            Fourth game : 0-40
            Fifth game - 40-15
            Sixt game : 0-40
            Seventh game : 40-15
            Eight Game: 15-40

            Wtf 😂😂😂

            • HANAFI JAKA PERKASA Jaka
              HANAFI JAKA PERKASA Jaka  1 months back

              Sama [email protected]💪👍

              • Dimitris Orestis
                Dimitris Orestis  1 months back

                Looks like the most important thing for Kyrios is not to get heart, he's afraid of hard work,hard effort,hard fitting.He keeps cool all right but lacks passion,fire.

                • Deva Savant
                  Deva Savant  1 months back

                  Rublev in my opinion, is just a little better.

                  • Deva Savant
                    Deva Savant  1 months back

                    Seeing these highlights, Kyriogs was actually playing really well.

                    • Brendan Mather
                      Brendan Mather  2 weeks back

                      On the rare occasion that he actually wants to put some effort in and play properly he usually does play very well. Shame really.

                  • Sidor W
                    Sidor W  1 months back

                    Рублёв похож на общипанного козла!

                    • 宋俞德
                      宋俞德  2 months back

                      didn’t see that much people compliment Rublev so I am going to do it
                      I love his corner /close to the line shot that just out of reach
                      Great effort mate 辛苦了

                      • Qihang Zhang
                        Qihang Zhang  2 months back

                        Look at that beautiful knee motion at 10:26.These pros definitely how to protect their knee from getting injured from touching the ground.

                        • Subscriber Px
                          Subscriber Px  2 months back

                          1:35 imitating Federer's serve 🤣

                          • Quang lap Duong
                            Quang lap Duong  2 months back

                            Sensexianal Rublev ..! Please tell me When 're u going to beat Nedvedav ..cause i believe u ll win for sure [email protected]

                            • alex
                              alex  2 months back

                              Rublev puts in 110% in every shot. Gotta respect that even if he doesnt win as much as he should

                              • He1senburger
                                He1senburger  2 months back

                                First time i see this guy! So fast and agressive. A ninja that makes hardly any unforced errors. Almost flawless.

                                • ceylonin
                                  ceylonin  2 months back

                                  Kyrgios is incredible, how does he manage to look like an asshole everytime, even if he doesn´t utter a word? it´s amazing

                                  • flum
                                    flum  4 weeks back

                                    @ceylonin nope brown and kyrgios simply have that unique play style that sells tickets.

                                  • ceylonin
                                    ceylonin  4 weeks back

                                    @flum If we talk about enternaining players (even though they don´t win big tournaments) I prefer Brown, Monfils or Fognini. They´re talented and entertaining without insulting anyone, they´re just famous for playing tennis.

                                  • flum
                                    flum  4 weeks back

                                    @ceylonin well the fact of the matter is, he is good and that's undeniable. He's famous because he's entertaining, not because he's disrespectful. There are many disrespectful players that don't get the attention Nick gets

                                  • ceylonin
                                    ceylonin  4 weeks back

                                    @flum I don´t call him irrelevant, actually he was number 13 ATP in 2016, but you´re right: he´s never won any relevant tournament, so maybe that makes him irrelevant in a way. Nevertheless, the fact that people talks about somebody doesn´t make him good. Kyrgios is sadly more famous for his disrespect and bad behaviour than for his titles. No Grand Slams in sight for him

                                  • flum
                                    flum  2 months back

                                    It's funny cause all the kyrgios haters call him irrelevant and call him an asshole, yet everyone talks about him. If he was such a scum of the Earth you guys would keep his name out of your mouth.

                                • Garrus Zcelan
                                  Garrus Zcelan  2 months back

                                  i admire Kyrgios aces, but without aces, he`s nothing

                                  • Bowiththeflow !!
                                    Bowiththeflow !!  2 weeks back

                                    Without Movement Djokovic is nothing. Without a forehand Federer is nothing. Without an amazing mentality Nadal is nothing. Sorry but your comment makes no sense.

                                  • flum
                                    flum  2 months back

                                    How? Have you seen his dropshots? The placement and power of his baseline shots? The only thing he lacks severely in is mentality

                                  • Usvsahsvj
                                    Usvsahsvj  2 months back

                                    without aces, sampras is nothing

                                • sekhar reddy
                                  sekhar reddy  2 months back

                                  What the fucking video editing .. why all points showing in highlight r only for Kyrgios ..really disappointing man

                                  • Noh Ken
                                    Noh Ken  2 months back

                                    Impressive with Rubleb play only and it was good play by Aussie.. but i do not expect any better from Aussie.. still hate how he plays from beginning to end.. period

                                    • Дмитрий Семашко

                                      Wow! I never hear about Rublev. He is smart and fast.

                                      • Zafferung
                                        Zafferung  2 months back

                                        Kyrgios is such an edgy, man-child loser.

                                        • twain27
                                          twain27  2 months back

                                          Rublev most annoying grunt in the tour lol. HUH

                                          • MrAtaguas
                                            MrAtaguas  2 months back

                                            lol sometimes I feel like Kyrgios just makes up excuses when he is losing or can't perform well, eg: Lights are bothering my eyes, Was up late playing Fortnite, Don't feel like trying, Umpire is against me, Line Judge is making a poor call, Audience members are bothering me, opponent is taking too long between serves ... I feel like that's why he doesn't have a coach. He doesn't want hear someone critique him or point out his flaws because ignorance is bliss ... **smh**

                                            • J.C Rodríguez
                                              J.C Rodríguez  4 days back

                                              @lange darm u got a point, but aren´t we all? I totally agree Kyrgios needs a (mind) coach

                                            • Z Z
                                              Z Z  4 weeks back

                                              Wait he doesn't have a coach?

                                            • Binod Mili
                                              Binod Mili  4 weeks back

                                              @Balaji Govindarajan Exactly. Well said!!!

                                            • Balaji Govindarajan
                                              Balaji Govindarajan  2 months back

                                              flum If he truly doesn’t take the sport seriously then why does he have those unnecessary meltdowns every time? Why does he have to insult his opponent’s girlfriend? Why’s he acting like tennis is too serious for him to let go things easily?

                                            • Balaji Govindarajan
                                              Balaji Govindarajan  2 months back

                                              Couldn’t have said it better myself.

                                          • Alexander Hayes
                                            Alexander Hayes  2 months back

                                            I used to like gyrgios and then I saw rublev beating Federer. When they played against each other you can see a huge contrast. Rublev is giving it all in every single ball he hits. He is being patient, trying to wait for the moment when kyrgios's serve misses... Rather go for rublev than kyrgios now.

                                            • Emagine Studios
                                              Emagine Studios  2 months back

                                              2:04 Be Felix Auger Aliassme after he lost to SHAP in first round

                                              • Sushrey
                                                Sushrey  2 months back

                                                People are like, Kyrigos seems big money. As if Djokovic, Nadal and Federer did not bring in anything. Tennis has a perticular taste to it, a culture. I think the amount of money tennis is bringing is already quite good, no need to ruin the sport. Just distribute that money more evenly. If Kyrigos wins GS, yes, great. He is our champ but dont overpromote him.

                                                • sunny days
                                                  sunny days  2 months back

                                                  Shame Nick lost...he would've challenged Rafa. 🙁

                                                  • Jean Valjean
                                                    Jean Valjean  2 months back

                                                    Maybe one day tennis will be totaly dominated by giants servebots like Karlovic but even much taller and unplayable. Tennis will be played in water to slow down the ball

                                                    • Thanos Stone
                                                      Thanos Stone  2 months back

                                                      People who think Kyrgios is a rare talent are insane. The guy is a joke. If it wasn't for his serve, he would have been nonexistent at the highest level.

                                                      • flum
                                                        flum  1 months back

                                                        @Christopher King they spit retarded ifs it just makes them look insolent

                                                      • Christopher King
                                                        Christopher King  1 months back

                                                        @flum Especially when it's not true. Nick has great touch and overall game. "If it wasn't for McEnroe's volleys...." LOL

                                                      • flum
                                                        flum  2 months back

                                                        If it wasn't for his serve blah blah blah. Of it wasn't for Federer forehand he wouldn't be as successful. Of it wasn't for nadals backhand he wouldn't be as successful. Just stfu already with the ifs

                                                      • Lazar Vukoje
                                                        Lazar Vukoje  2 months back

                                                        You're wrong. He can volley well and his groundstrokes aren't terrible. People who "only have a serve" wouldn't have a positive record against Djokovic.

                                                    • Akram Mohamad
                                                      Akram Mohamad  2 months back

                                                      The Us Open channel is the best! Thanks for all the extended highlights

                                                      • raju singh
                                                        raju singh  2 months back

                                                        1:35 Federer serve ?

                                                        • Roxet1337
                                                          Roxet1337  2 months back

                                                          Русские вперёд 🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺

                                                          • turningjapanese
                                                            turningjapanese  2 months back

                                                            Was Kyrgios injured? Or just got beat? He looked very slow moving.

                                                            • Andrew Edwin
                                                              Andrew Edwin  2 months back

                                                              Serve seems winner.. But reality sucks😓😒😒

                                                              • nb rocx
                                                                nb rocx  2 months back

                                                                Wtf was that man? Kyrgios won nearly half of his points from aces. While Rublev, with his strangely slower serves speeds, was winning points through endurance and athleticism.

                                                                This reminds me of all those matches in which Serena has played. She wins so many points from her aces. If you are gonna win sets using aces, then what is the point of even watching a tennis match? Just keep serving aces and finish the match in 2 hours.

                                                                This is probably why 6:31-6:33 was my favourite highlight of this match. If Kyrgios is only gonna win via aces, then such a response is necessary.

                                                                Rublev reminds me a bit of Nadal. Ofcourse, he doesn't have the godly forehand that Nadal does, but, he compensates for his not-so-great serves with his stamina and "never-give-up" attitude, just like Nadal.

                                                                Granted, Nadal has improved his service significantly this year, but, he definitely doesn't serve as many aces as, say, Federer does, per year.

                                                                Rublev's relatively slow serve speed is an issue though. If he can't improve it, he is gonna be in big trouble in the years to come.

                                                                It's an unpopular opinion, but, i wish aces weren't counted as winners. Otherwise those people with very fast serve speeds will always reach closer to the finals than those who actually play and win through hard work and quality of play in their rallies.

                                                                • nb rocx
                                                                  nb rocx  2 months back

                                                                  @Thanos Stone Uhh. Thanks for replying man.

                                                                  Actually, I am not sure where I said "Nadal has a big serve". What I was implying is that, just like how Nadal used to be until 2018, Rublev is not so good at his service.

                                                                  And, I was saying that Rublev reminds me of Nadal. To avoid unnecessary replies that say, "He is nowehere as good as Nadal" , I thought of mentioning his forehand. My comparison of the two is based on the parameter of service quality. So, nadal and rublev don't serve as good as, say, Isner or Kyrgios. Nadal has improved his service this year, I observed. So, that's good for him.

                                                                  I see your point. Yes, in the case of men's singles, it's not the service alone that lets you win matches. It isn't the same in the case of women's singles though. Until like 2 or 3 years ago, Serena was winning a lot of her points with aces. Just like Kyrgios here, i remember her serving consecutive aces to secure a game in like, 50 seconds or something. She does it more often than I can think of. That was what I was arguing about. If she is gonna win through aces alone, then, it's not gonnna make matches interesting, not for me at least.

                                                                  Even, in the case of men's tennis, aces help. Just like you said, it gives a rally advantage. But, what if there is no rally? What if the dude is only gonna serve aces during his service?
                                                                  I have seen Kyrgios play. He is creative, no doubt. He can create upsets with his style of play. But, he also capitalises on his serve too much. Looking at this match, the first 2 sets went 7-6, 7-6. What the score doesn't tell is that Rublev was running all around the court, was not serving on par with Kyrgios, and was sweating it out more than Kyrgios was. The games in which Kyrgios served ended far more quickly than those in which Rublev served. That says a lot about how Kyrgios is going for the win. I don't have anything against that idea. If it helps win the match early, then why not?

                                                                  But, if that is the only way to beat a persistent, 'never give up the point' kind of player, then that isn't fair. (Ok. it is fair. It's in the rules after all. But, it just feels like legal cheating to me.)

                                                                  Take away the forehand from Nadal. Do you think he would still have won 19 GS with just his athleticism and persistence? Probably, yes. But, he would have had a harder time against Federer. If i ignore the forehand, Nadal reminds me of David Ferrer. Look at Nadal in 2014-15, arguably the worst years of his tennis life. See his matches against Dustin Brown. Whether DB was lucky for Nadal to be out of form, or just that DB was the better player on those 2 match days, I will let you decide on that. The players he lost to, in those 2 years, most of them were damn good at their service. Does it mean they are better than Nadal? Mostly not. But, they did increase their chances of winning a tournament for themselves by beating one of the big 3, and their serves played a big role in that (not the only thing, but, probably the most important)

                                                                  Agree with you there, mostly. But, Novak also serves well. He doesn't serve as accurately as Federer, but, he is pretty good. Even Murray (who has won 3 GS i think) has a good service.

                                                                  And, like how you pointed out, they serve at hard difficult spots on the court, rather than relying on power or speed. Still doesn't make it fair in my mind though.

                                                                  If you have a really slow serve, and you serve just like Federer in accuracy, chances aren't that high for you to have the advantage in the rally. A slow serve will give more time for the opponent to think and act.
                                                                  Kyrgios is also very accurate with his service. But, along with accuracy, he has speed. That makes it harder to face his serves.

                                                                  That is the point I was trying to make.

                                                                  Sorry for the long reply. I got carried away. I understand I am not a great analyst of tennis. So, I will be wrong in a lot places here. It's fine. I'd rather accept my mistakes and learn the right things, than not do that and argue like an idiot. So, if you find some blatant errors in my comment, please correct me.

                                                                  Thanks. Have a nice day.

                                                                • Thanos Stone
                                                                  Thanos Stone  2 months back

                                                                  you don't need big serve like you said about Nadal. If you can serve well, have a good 1, 2 punch, get control of the rally is all you need. After all rally-ability gives you championships. Except Federer, when was the last time a big server won a slam?

                                                                  Beside, Federer doesn't have a lot of power in his serves. He hits hard, difficult spots on the court.

                                                              • yomismo74
                                                                yomismo74  2 months back

                                                                Kyrgios talent is inmense, but i'm not sure that he can win a GS if he tries. You need a lot more things than talent. First of all he needs to train properly and rest, and second he needs to play at his best level against top players, the fact that he only reached on quarterfinal at a GS in his whole career makes me think it won't be that easy even if he takes it seriously and do what he has to do

                                                                • Peter Haeggström-Official

                                                                  These extended highlights are awesome! Bravo US Open

                                                                  • Florian Blomenhofer
                                                                    Florian Blomenhofer  2 months back

                                                                    02:03 Felix auger aliassime 🧐

                                                                    • Cuerdo
                                                                      Cuerdo  1 months back

                                                                      haha his twin

                                                                    • kim
                                                                      kim  2 months back


                                                                  • Ari Jefferson
                                                                    Ari Jefferson  2 months back

                                                                    Y'all can hate Kyrgios but you can't deny his talent is unmatched and that he is exciting to watch. His behaviour is bad, yes. But he does bring a completely new dimension to the game.

                                                                    • Ari Jefferson
                                                                      Ari Jefferson  2 months back

                                                                      @Zafferung No they can't and he actually has a higher win % than most of the top 100 so👍

                                                                    • Zafferung
                                                                      Zafferung  2 months back

                                                                      Lots of players can play like he does if they don't care whether they win or lose.

                                                                    • Ari Jefferson
                                                                      Ari Jefferson  2 months back

                                                                      @hondonw Tweeners, fakes, big serves under high pressure, under arm serves, drop shots, interaction with the crowd (asking where to serve), etc. His game is fun to watch.

                                                                    • hondonw
                                                                      hondonw  2 months back

                                                                      Ari Jefferson enlighten us what that dimension is because I'm not seeing it???

                                                                  • Victor Sirbu
                                                                    Victor Sirbu  2 months back

                                                                    Only thing that pisses me off is him not trying at least one set

                                                                    • Jan Valach
                                                                      Jan Valach  2 months back

                                                                      Kyrgios is such a pathetic clown. LOL

                                                                      • Keicam
                                                                        Keicam  2 months back

                                                                        Kyrgios' skills may be at ATP 1. but his mentality, tactics and ethics are at ATP 300.

                                                                        • natka9876
                                                                          natka9876  2 months back

                                                                          @Aps Bern Stupidest comment. Not defending Kyrgios behavior but not everyone has a potential to become #1 and not everyone’s skills are equal. Obviously

                                                                        • Aps Bern
                                                                          Aps Bern  2 months back

                                                                          Everyone in ATP has skills of potential number 1....nothing special with Kyrgios skills, coz everyone can do that...he is just making so much fuzz that’s why he gets a lot of attention, however polarized

                                                                        • Feder Giard
                                                                          Feder Giard  2 months back

                                                                          Concentrwtion in this sport is the first skill u need. Of u havent,u cant reach nothing.

                                                                        • GOAT
                                                                          GOAT  2 months back

                                                                          He has still only won one match at a slam being down the first set

                                                                      • floresaza253
                                                                        floresaza253  2 months back

                                                                        They should really stop trying to promote Kyrgios. He's not "hip", he's a major disappointment with a crap attitude.

                                                                        • floresaza253
                                                                          floresaza253  2 months back

                                                                          @flum next you're going to tell me your a fan of Tomic...

                                                                        • floresaza253
                                                                          floresaza253  2 months back

                                                                          @flum you cared enough to respond to my initial comment and this one. Get owned, plum

                                                                        • flum
                                                                          flum  2 months back

                                                                          @floresaza253 i couldn't care any less of an opinion from a Peyton Manning fan

                                                                        • floresaza253
                                                                          floresaza253  2 months back

                                                                          You're an even bigger disappointment with a crappier attitude, flem

                                                                        • Nathan Gordon
                                                                          Nathan Gordon  2 months back

                                                                          floresaza253 if you don’t like him, then stop watching his highlights 😑

                                                                      • sebastian silviu
                                                                        sebastian silviu  2 months back

                                                                        "Toying"?! You don't toy against someone that beats you 3-0, and the "he's not really trying" excuse can't really be taken into account. He's 24 as for now, he's game lack in almost every aspect except for his service, he's prob gonna be remembered as the servebot with great trick shots and that's it. There is no waste of talent, a tennis champ is made by a lot of different characteristics and he's got none, terrible all around groundstrokes, unfit for today's standards, mentally week, tactically inconsistent, I see him wandering between the 10th and the 20th place for the rest of his career.

                                                                        • Cheekclapper
                                                                          Cheekclapper  2 months back

                                                                          Someone get their panties in a bunch?

                                                                        • lange darm
                                                                          lange darm  2 months back

                                                                          Dude; he IS the biggest waste of talent ever. He has got so much potential. Insane touch/feel, reads the game well, has all the shots in the book and has great power and speed. Even Mcenroe and matts wilander said, a couple of years ago, that if he had a good team around him and he worked on his mental issues, he could be the future world number one. And they were right. He is incredibly talented but has a terrible personality that keeps him from doing great things. I don't know how he became to be like this -Maybe he had a rough childhood or something like that - but he is his own worst enemy when it comes down to it.

                                                                        • Feder Giard
                                                                          Feder Giard  2 months back

                                                                          So true...

                                                                        • viccelito
                                                                          viccelito  2 months back

                                                                          @Alexander Hayes That's cuz Kyrgios floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee ;)

                                                                        • Alexander Hayes
                                                                          Alexander Hayes  2 months back

                                                                          @viccelito you are right, kyrgios got what it needs, he just doesn't have what it takes. Just watch these highlights... You can hear rublev's footsteps in every single point, every single point.

                                                                      • achu4195
                                                                        achu4195  2 months back

                                                                        My fav US Open moment after Rafa's NO.19

                                                                        • Amer Fahmi
                                                                          Amer Fahmi  2 months back

                                                                          I like rublev's grunts...sounds so cool

                                                                          • velipulla
                                                                            velipulla  2 months back

                                                                            Kyrgios is a really bad tenniser