The Australian tennis star has launched an OnlyFans account, promising to push the envelope with unique content.
Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios may not have been on the court in 2023, but soon, you’ll be able to see him in quite a unique way off the court. The 28-year-old social media sensation launched an OnlyFans channel, the company announced Thursday, breaking new ground for famous male athletes on the renowned risqué platform.
Knee and wrist injuries limited Kyrgios to just one match in 2023, a June singles loss to Yibing Wu in Germany. Kyrgios currently isn’t ranked in the ATP standings but will soon look to return to the court nearly two years after winning his first Grand Slam title in doubles at the Australian Open, documented in Netflix’s Break Point earlier in 2023.
Kyrgios has begun slowly regrowing his public profile, earning strong reviews for his Tennis Channel commentary last month at the ATP finals. But this will be a new frontier in getting a different look into Kyrgios’ life, revealing all sides of his larger-than-life personality with some more experimental content compared to his other social channels.
“Launching an OnlyFans was a no-brainer. They are revolutionizing social media, and I wanted to be a part of that,” Kyrgios said. “Athletes can no longer just show up on the court or the field; we have to show up online too. I want to create, produce, direct and own content. That’s the future.”
Kyrgios’ OnlyFans page will be free and include not just tennis tips, tricks, and behind-the-scenes content, but he also promises to show different sides and facets of his personality.
“Gaming, tattoos, my intimate side, it’s all on the table, and I’ll be bringing fans along for the ride,” he said.
“No other male tennis player impacts culture the way Nick does,” Duguid told Boardroom. “He was born to disrupt and push the envelope. This OnlyFans deal personifies that.”
This deal is just one of many ways Kyrgios wants to expand his presence heading into the new year. More details of Kyrgios’ OF launch will be released in the coming weeks and will likely include a number of surprises.
Fans and followers of the tennis star know by now to expect the unexpected with him. We’d expect nothing less in this Nick Kyrgios & OnlyFans partnership.
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