Kyrgios, who takes on Cristian Garin of Chile on Tuesday, is eyeing a spot in the semi-finals at the All England Club after having been the subject of a number of controversies throughout his impressive campaign. Wilander has given some advice to Garin - and indeed to any other opponent left in the draw that Kyrgios may face beyond the quarter-finals.


He said:


"You have to be prepared, you definitely have to be prepared. You have to realise that when Kyrgios begins his controlled chaos, it is most probably going to mean that he plays better. The most important thing is to be prepared for that."

Wilander continued:


"That means, don't worry about it, don't care, don't listen to what Nick is saying, basically don't look at him. Play the tennis ball that is coming at you and know that the guy hitting it at you is one of the most talented players of all time. He is literally a genius when it comes to feel, tactics and hitting the right shot at the right time. You have just got to shut that out and put a blindfold on. Do what you can do as a player and don't worry about what goes on on the other side."