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Nick Kyrios had one of the toughest seasons of his career last year with a nagging injury that sidelined him for a long time. After the success at Wimbledon with reaching the final a year and a half ago, the Australian tennis player found it difficult to return to the tournaments as he spent a lot of time off the courts and in long rehabilitations. Kyrios, who is considered one of the most talented tennis players, but with many behavioral problems, shared that he has joined and officially opened a profile on an adult-only website where he will "reveal unfiltered content."
The 28-year-old Australian said joining OnleyFans was "obvious" and that he plans to share as much content as possible to his followers: "I want to change the way athletes share content and engage with their fans on social media."
"It's something I've been a fan of doing for a long time. An athlete can't just be on a field and showcase what they have to the audience, they also need to be online and create other content," Kyrios added. "I want to create, produce and present my own special content."
Want to add "other content" to their audience. Kyrios/GettyImages, Sarah Stier
Kyrios is expected to start the upcoming tennis season again in the gyms and between physiotherapy sessions, while he is still recovering from injury and is only doubtful for the first Grand Slam tournament to be held in Australia.
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