Australian Open Tournament Shocker By: Max kerr

Seppi, ranked number 89 in the world, pulls an insane win against Kyrgios who is ranked number 13 in the world for tennis on January 18, 2017.

Kyrgios wasn't on his game that night because he had almost double the amount of unforced errors. On top of that, he has exactly double the amount of faults as Seppi had. This costed him so many points, probably making him lose this match

Even though Kyrgios wasn't on his game, it was obvious Seppi was playing as hard as he could. He gave Kyrgios so many forced errors to get himself some points. He really played well and definitely deserved to win that match.

This match didn't end how most people expected. It isn't normal for a number 89 rank in the world beats a number 13 rank. Both people played hard, but Seppi played harder and better. Seppi earned this win against Kyrgios . Overall, Seppi played really well and played really well.

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