the Australian Nick Kyrgios became the first athlete to join Naomi Osaka’s management agencywho left IMG a few weeks ago to create his own platform.
The Japanese, the world’s most lucrative athlete, with a portfolio of close to 50 million euros, followed in the footsteps of Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal, and broke away from an external agency to govern himselfand with the help of his agent Stuart Duguid, his business.
Kyrgios, currently number 45 in the world, is one of the most recognizable faces in tennis today, due to his colorful game, his eccentric shots and his controversies on and off the court. He met at Wimbledon 2014, when he eliminated Nadal, and since then he has won six titles, been among the top 15 in the world, and won the Australian Open in doubles with Thanasi Kokkinakis.
“When I found out that Stuart and Naomi were starting an agency dedicated to supporting athletes like me, I realized that it made all the sense in the world to join him. I kept trying to do things differently. throughout my career and put my personality on the line.tennis. I look forward to Stuart and Naomi working and continuing to build on what we have.“Kyrgios said in a statement.
Kyrgios is participating these days in the Mallorca tournament and will play at Wimbledon afterwards, where his top is the 2014 quarterfinals, while Osaka has not played since losing the first round of Roland Garros and has given up playing in London. .
Source: La Verdad
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