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Nick Kyrgios joins Naomi Osaka’s Evolve

Evolve presents itself as a diverse company specializing in commercial relationships, investment, athlete-owned enterprises and philanthropic activities.

Nick Kyrgios became the first sportsman to sign with Evolve, the newest sports agency co-founded by Naomi Osaka, a four-time Grand Slam champion. Kyrgios, who has a powerful serve, clinched the Australian Open doubles championship in January. Also on the ATP tour, he has managed to win six singles titles.

Evolve presents itself as a diverse company specializing in commercial relationships, investment, athlete-owned enterprises and philanthropic activities. Last month, Osaka parted ways with IMG to form Evolve with seasoned agent Stuart Duguid.

Duguid dubbed Kyrgios, a feisty and contentious tennis player also the tour’s most brilliant.

Osaka said, “Kyrgios embodies the types of athletes we want to work with at Evolve.

“He’s got an unmatched style, passion, and personality that is unlike any other in the sport. We have some big things in the pipeline for him that are very unique and pioneering.”

Because of the erratic character of his games, the internationally ranked 45, is one of the sport’s main attractions. While the incredibly gifted Australian frequently dazzles competitors with a variety of spectacular acrobatic strokes, his on-court antics and run-ins with officials have frequently received a lot of attention.

Duguid spoke about the 27-year-old tennis player, “Love or hate him, you definitely can’t keep your eyes off him. If you go to any junior tennis tournament, you will see Nick’s influence.

“For Gen Z and younger, he is absolutely the icon.”

Kyrgios stated, “When I learned that Stuart and Naomi were starting an agency focused on supporting athletes like me, it made complete sense to join.

“I have consistently tried to do things differently throughout my career and bring my entire personality to the game of tennis.

“I’m excited to work with Stuart and Naomi to continue building on what we’ve started and push the game of tennis forward.”

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