Easy going dating aussie
Too often Tsonga has let himself down by not killing off matches, or putting himself a set or two down before mounting a comeback.Kyrgios has every chance of getting past the Frenchman in a showboating free-for-all.If any Aussie is going to break our duck at our home grand slam, it's Kyrgios. The sporting public craves personality, and Kyrgios has it in abundance. But Kyrgios this year looks a different animal, and the Australian Open draw is potentially opening up for him too.
There’s just not the same options and choice going for fellas. When women are so used to idiot after cretin after player, it often becomes harder to tell the good eggs from the ones that have been sat in the fridge months past their use-by-date.I am in fact referring to the dating pool – the sheer number of people out there in the same position as you, especially if you’re in a big city, can be immensely daunting. Take London; the nation’s biggest, busiest, and probably loneliest city when it comes to dating.There are so many people out there looking for love (or lust or whatever else), it’s easy to get overlooked and fly under some sort of blanket f***boy radar. It seems there’s a huge imbalance on dating sites and it goes a little something like this: Women can get hundreds of messages each day whereas men are lucky to get a couple a week.It could end well short against Tsonga, or Dimitrov, or someone else.But to discount Kyrgios because of mistakes of his youth — he's still only 22 — is harsh and arbitrary. He's a supremely talented player who perhaps still needs a bit of guidance.
After a straight-sets win over Viktor Troicki to reach the Australian Open third round, a tantalising draw beckons amid signs that Kyrgios is ready to explode (for the better) at this year's opening grand slam. It will stop a lot of television viewers — those rocking up to Melbourne Park still see Kyrgios as one of the hottest tickets going — from getting behind him as they remember the younger, more tempestuous player and his vast portfolio of on-court antics. At the Brisbane International, despite a few difficult sets throughout his run to the final, Kyrgios looked comfortable under the gaze of local fans.