Lleyton Hewitt heads odds to coach Nick Kyrgios

Posted by on 19/1/2017
Filled in: Betting News

Online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au has Davis Cup Captain Lleyton Hewitt as the frontrunner to get perhaps the toughest gig in sport – Nick Kyrgios’ coach.

Hewitt is the $2.25 favourite to try and take the Aussies’ career to the next level.

Others in the mix include Novak Djokovic’s former mentor Boris Becker at $5.50, with Australians Pat Rafter and Darren Cahill at $6.50.

We don’t think John McEnroe ($101) will be needing to get his resume ready, nor Damir Dokic ($251) for that matter.

There’s much more to Kyrgios’ life than just tennis, and Sportsbet’s “What’s next for Nick Kyrgios” market has suggestions like becoming a motivational speaker ($7.00), an Anger Management Teacher ($34) or even $101 to run for Federal Parliament in his down time in Canberra.

“Lleyton Hewitt would be the easy choice for Kyrgios given their friendship, but Nick has said he needs to step out of his comfort zone if he’s going to get to where he wants to in the sport,” said sportsbet.com.au’s Christian Jantzen.

Markets courtesy of sportsbet.com.au

Nick Kyrgios’ Next Coach

$2.25   Lleyton Hewitt

$5.50   Boris Becker

$6.50   Pat Rafter

$6.50   Darren Cahill

$7.00   Todd Larkham

$13      Roger Rasheed

$13      Radek Stepanek

$26      Ivan Lendl

$26      Jim Courier

$34      Mark Woodforde

$34      Amelie Mauresmo

$34      Wally Masur

$34      Tony Roche

$81      Nick Bollettieri

$81      Pat Cash

$101    John McEnroe

$251    Damir Dokic

 

What’s next for Nick Kyrgios

$4.00     Expands his car collection

$5.00     Channel Seven Tennis Commentator

$6.00     Full time coach for Ajla Tomljanovic

$7.50     Motivational Speaker

$11         Gets a contract with an NBL team

$21         Hairdresser

$26         Tennis Umpire

$34         Anger Management Teacher

$51         Plays in the NBA D-League

$101       Becomes NBA starter

$101       Runs for Federal Parliament

* All Offers and Promotions posted in this article excludes NSW residents.