‘Doesn't see the joy': McNamee saddened that Kyrgios has a disdain for clay

6 days ago   |   By Sydney Morning Herald

Ahead of the French Open this month, former Australian Open tournament director and doubles champion Paul McNamee says it's a shame Nick Kyrgios “doesn't see the joy” of playing on clay.
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