Nick Kyrgios out of French Open with injured elbow

Nick Kyrgios has pulled out of the French Open with an injured right elbow. Kyrgios was seeded 21st and would have faced Bernard Tomic in an all-Australian matchup in the first round.

Aussie would have faced countryman Bernard Tomic in 1st round

Nick Kyrgios, of Australia, is shown in this March 2018 file photo. Kyrgios withdrew from the French Open on Sunday with an elbow injury. (File/The Associated Press)

Nick Kyrgios has pulled out of the French Open with an injured right elbow.

Kyrgios was seeded 21st and would have faced Bernard Tomic in an all-Australian matchup in the first round.

Kyrgios will be replaced in the singles draw by someone who lost in qualifying.

He hasn't played a singles match since April 13.

On Saturday, Kyrgios teamed up with Jack Sock of the U.S. to win a doubles title in Lyon.


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