Nick Kyrgios is anxious about the Wimbledon final despite Rafael Nadal's withdrawal

LONDON - - Nick Kyrgios said he felt "dissatisfaction" when he initially heard Rafael Nadal had taken out from their Wimbledon men's singles disposal round 

Then, regulated only a solitary hour of lay on Thursday night and was "an imprudent energizer bunny" as he took care of the news.

After Nadal pulled out with a stomach injury, Kyrgios will confront No. 1 seed Novak Djokovic on Sunday.

Kyrgios on Friday said he was expecting a "third segment" resulting to going 1-1 of each and every two past matches against Nadal at Wimbledon.

"At supper Thursday, I learned Nadal had gone with his decision," said Kyrgios, who said he knew about Nadal's choice while he was having dinner.

By and by, it could not have possibly been simple for him to pull out. He scarcely lost a match this year. 

So he would need to probably go for every one of the four. I want to believe that he gets to the next level."

Kyrgios is thinking about making the men's last against Djokovic on Sunday, saying he is "exceptionally satisfied" with himself and never expected to make the Grand Slam last.