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Now 40, the Scud is keen to see Kyrgios cash in on his immense talent and urged the two-time grand slam quarter-finalist to aim high - and commit to becoming physically and mentally stronger.“He has what it takes to win the Australian Open. He has the game,” Philippoussis said.“But he’s got to believe that and he cannot go out and be happy with a quarter-final and just be satisfied.”Philippoussis said Kyrgios should draw inspiration from Andy Murray.“It’s inspiring.

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They do have what it takes but [there is a danger in focusing on] tomorrow - who knows what's in store in the future? Kokkinakis is young and he's already been out for a year.

I had a pretty big serve and I swear he would send the ball back harder than I sent it down.

He took the ball early, had great hands and hit the ball with ridiculous force.

He was the last player in the world you wanted to get in a rally with. He wasn’t afraid to unload a big second serve to your forehand because he knew it was such a weapon and capable of winning points.

He was able to end points, games, sets and matches quickly by running around his forehand and belting it back. Whereas once it was OK to have a couple of big weapons and one or two weaknesses, these days you can’t consider cracking the top ten without being excellent at all facets of the game. Because of Roger, we have guys like Rafa, Novak and Andy. They’re all players who have great all-round skills, athleticism and mental toughness. But the days of steamrolling through every tournament he plays are over.

They do have what it takes but [there is a danger in focusing on] tomorrow - who knows what's in store in the future? Kokkinakis is young and he's already been out for a year.I had a pretty big serve and I swear he would send the ball back harder than I sent it down.He took the ball early, had great hands and hit the ball with ridiculous force.He was the last player in the world you wanted to get in a rally with. He wasn’t afraid to unload a big second serve to your forehand because he knew it was such a weapon and capable of winning points.He was able to end points, games, sets and matches quickly by running around his forehand and belting it back. Whereas once it was OK to have a couple of big weapons and one or two weaknesses, these days you can’t consider cracking the top ten without being excellent at all facets of the game. Because of Roger, we have guys like Rafa, Novak and Andy. They’re all players who have great all-round skills, athleticism and mental toughness. But the days of steamrolling through every tournament he plays are over.MARK Philippoussis is convinced Nick Kyrgios can win the Australian Open — but his ringing endorsement comes with a word of warning.