What time is Nick Kyrgios playing at Wimbledon tonight, how can you watch it

australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios will face the American Brandon Nakashima in the fourth round of Wimbledon in the first match on center court tonight.

Kyrgios managed to defeat No. 4 seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in four sets in the third set with some heated words from both players after the match.

Tsitsipas accused Kyrgios of being a bully and the Australian hit back pointing out that the Greek player deliberately kicked balls at him when he was at the net.

Between all the drama Kyrgios has put up some very impressive tennis and he has made no secret that he believes his best chance of winning a Grand Slam is on the grass courts at Wimbledon.

Although Kyrgios is now the undisputed favorite in this match, historically he has struggled as a favorite and as Nick alluded to, you don’t get to the 4th round of a Grand Slam without playing good tennis.

Nakashima defeated Nicola Kuhn, Denis Shapovalov and Daniel Elahi Galan en route to this match and he only dropped two sets in the process.

What time does Nick Kyrgios play?
Kyrgios-Nakashima is the first match on center court.

This means players will enter the famous venue at 10.30pm AEST with the game to follow shortly after.

Those in South Australia will have to tune in from 10pm and those in Western Australia you’ll have prime time tennis at 8.30pm.

How to watch the Nick Kyrgios game
Channel 9 and Stan Sports hold the rights to Wimbledon for Australian audiences.

If you wish to watch the match on normal free-to-air TV, you will need to tune to the main channel of channel 9 (channel 90 in metropolitan areas) or 9GEM (channel 92 in metropolitan areas) depending on where you are.

If you prefer to watch the game live, you have two options with the free 9Now service or the paid subscription service Stan Sport which is ad-free. You can get a 7-day free trial with Stan Sport before being charged a monthly minimum depending on the plan you want.

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