Nick Kyrgios of Australia hits a return against Matthew Ebden of Australia during their round of 16 men's singles match at the Brisbane International tennis tournament at the Pat Rafter Arena in Brisbane on January 3, 2018. / AFP / SAEED KHAN /
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Australian third seed Nick Kyrgios overcame a leg injury to reach the quarter-finals of the Brisbane International Wednesday as fourth seed Milos Raonic was bundled out by wildcard Alex De Minaur.Raonic managed to get one back as De Minaur faltered while serving for the match for the first time.Earlier, Kyrgios took to the court with tape on the back of his left knee.After losing the first set in a tiebreaker, the third seed had his leg heavily strapped and came back to win the next two, allaying any fears he might join the long injury list at the top of men's tennis.Nadal pulled out last week while Murray withdrew on Tuesday, before he had played his first match.
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