Aussie to headline charity basketball game

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Nick Kyrgios is placing the tennis racket down for a short time and swapping it for a basketball as he’s headlining a star basketball match for charity.
The star studded aspect can be participating within the Sydney Kings Starlight Movie star recreation on April 24 on the Qudos Financial institution Enviornment on the Sydney Olympic Park.
Kyrgios is a large basketball fan if his Twitter account is something to go by so this match which has been organised by the Kings basketball staff gained’t look like work for him in any respect.
#BREAKING | @SydneyKings proprietor Paul Smith reveals to @BenFordham that @NickKyrgios will headline the motion on the charity basketball match this weekend.
— Ben Fordham Dwell (@BenFordhamLive) April 17, 2022

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet and TV persona Ben Fordham would be the captains for groups within the Starlight Movie star Sport and they’ll have groups stuffed with celebrities from the worlds of sport, leisure and politics.
Kyrgios spoke to NBA Australia final yr about why basketball is so necessary to him when he isn’t busy taking part in tennis, he stated: “After I’m out taking part in basketball I don’t consider something for that hour or two hours.
“It’s simply having enjoyable, seeing the ball, simply listening to the ball bouncing going by means of the online, it’s my meditation, I really feel like I’ve obtained no issues on this planet – after which after I step off the court docket I really feel like the actual world simply catches up once more.
“It’s identical to one thing that’s all the time going to be part of me, I don’t need to cease taking part in it, I performed till I used to be 14 competitively and I nonetheless play each time I can, like actually all all over the world, I am going to LA Health till like 2am and play and run with guys, so I all the time attempt to get a ball in my hand after I can.”

Kyrgios was final in motion on a tennis court docket on April 9 when he reached the semi remaining of the Houston Open earlier than he was crushed by Reilly Opelka.

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