Nick Kyrgios is aiming for a comeback at Indian Wells after knee surgery that cost him the Australian Open

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After his unexpected forfeit for the Australian Open, Nick Kyrgios underwent knee surgery on Monday. That procedure was “a great success” and according to his manager, the Australian tennis player hopes to be fit for the Indian Wells tournament in March.


Kyrgios, 27, had to miss the Australian Open in Melbourne at the last minute and said he was “devastated”, but his manager Daniel Horsfall is already looking ahead. To the local newspaper The Age he said on the sidelines of the Australian Open that the operation was “a great success”. “We couldn’t be happier with the result. Now we are doing everything we can for a quick recovery and we are aiming for a return to Indian Wells.”

Kyrgios played the final at Wimbledon last season and was an outsider for the title in his own country. He suffered a tear in the meniscus of his left knee.

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