Nick Kyrgios says his feud with Stan Wawrinka is over after they helped the Singapore Slammers to the IPTL title on Sunday.
The pair had a high profile bust-up in August when Kyrgios alleged in an on-court bust-up that fellow Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis slept with Wawrinka’s girlfriend.
However, Kyrgios insists the spat is now history and the IPTL united the pair by giving them a common objective.
"It's been really good actually," Kyrgios told Fox Sports. "We've all been chatting. I feel we're much more comfortable with each other now. It's almost like nothing happened. We're out there competing, we're playing for the same team, we want to win.
"That's been the main thing – is me just getting up and giving him all the energy I give everyone else, and he's appreciated that and he's been playing some really good tennis as well."
Another one of Kyrgios’ controversies in 2015 was when he claimed he was “pushed” to play tennis by his parents and he felt no love at all for the game and, despite appearing to be enthused by winning the IPTL, he insists nothing has changed.
"I wouldn't say I love the sport to be honest," he said. "I love winning that's the main thing. I love competing. Tennis is my life. I wouldn't know what to do without it that's for sure. But to say I love it is a pretty strong word."