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11 January 2019, 04:27 | Henrietta Morgan
Nick Kyrgios&apos Brisbane International campaign was brief and controversial
Bernard Tomic secured a controversial-yet-comical victory in an exhibition match against compatriot Nick Kyrgios at the Kooyong Classic on Wednesday when the Australian hit an ace on match point with an underarm serve from behind his legs.
With the encounter played in good spirits, Tomic claimed match point when he dished up a freaky trick serve.
Tomic ended his victory with a flourish, sending over a sneaky serve on match point by hitting the ball between his legs for a victor ― a move which totally caught Kyrgios off guard.
"I don't think there has ever been a player like BT", Kyrgios said following the match.
Tomic's first set was nearly flawless, while Kyrgios, who made a second round exit at Brisbane last week, looked a little underdone. He added: "I know this Australian Open is going to be big as well. and I can do a lot better than I've done in the past".
Tomic will return to the main draw in Melbourne after falling the qualifying rounds previous year. He broke the world No. 51 Kyrgios in the fourth game of the first set to win it 6-3. "You never want to see a talent like that go down and keep being down".
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