Points won by each set: [ 20-31, 45-46, 32-27, 38-35, 61-61 ]
Points won directly behind the serve:
29 % Kyrgios – 63 of 211
36 % Gasquet – 67 of 185
The first hour didn’t indicate that the second round encounter on Court No. 2 between an experienced Gasquet  and a novice Kyrgios  would go to the record books. They’d faced each other once before, Gasquet won it easily 3-0 and another similar match seemed probable as the Frenchman led 5:3* (30/0) in the 2nd set. Kyrgios broke back in the following game, and from that moment almost to the end, the match was exceptionally tight. Gasquet was two points away from a 4-set win as he led 5:4* (30/0) – Kyrgios played a couple of good backhands then. In the deciding set, the 19-year-old Australian saved nine match points (equaled Grand Slam record) on serve in four different games, including 0/40 at 4:5! On majority of those match points, Kyrgios served to Gasquet’s better side – backhand. The ninth match point it was too much for the 28-year-old Frenchman – he lost the last 11 points including his 9th match point. Kyrgios finished the 3-hour 53-minute contest with an ace out-wide.