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Australia's new Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt has backed the country's bad boy of tennis Nick Kyrgios to "control" the image he projects and break through for a Grand Slam trophy in the next year or two.


Former world No.1 Hewitt was named caretaker captain Wally Masur's successor on Tuesday and one of his most delicate tasks will be managing Kyrgios and his teammate Bernard Tomic Adidas NMD Yeezy Boost Shoes For Sale , both of whom have strained relations with the sport's national governing body and the public.


Each missed Davis Cup ties this season due to disciplinary problems and Kyrgios was -given a suspended six-month ban for a lewd remark he made to two-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka during a match in Montreal.


Two-time Grand Slam champion Hewitt was also a polarizing figure in his -younger years, but age mellowed the hard-bitten campaigner and he will bow out of his playing -career at the Australian Open to warm applause in January.


"He's got to be who he is to a certain extent," Hewitt told local media of Kyrgios. "I don't think Nick realizes how powerful his image can be.


"He is so good for the sport of tennis in so many ways if he can control it to a certain line because he brings so many -different people to watch our great sport Adidas NMD Yeezy Boost For Sale , and he does it not just in Australia but across the globe."


Hewitt helped the team reach their first semifinal since 2003 this season and his first tie in charge will be at home against the US in March.


He is likely to need all hands on deck if Australia hopes to make another run to the semifinals, so keeping Kyrgios and Tomic close will be paramount.




TIRANA, Sept. 14 (Xinhua) -- Remittances sent by Albanian immigrants working abroad to their families in Albania amounted to 282 million euros during the first half of the year, marking a decline of 7.2 percent compared to the first six months of 2015, data from Bank of Albania showed Wednesday.


Remittances in the second quarter amounted to 154 million euros, dropping by about 5 percent compared to the same period of the previous year, BoA said.


Banking experts explained that a possible downward trend in remittance growth could be due to the natural and gradual break of the immigrants connections with their families in Albania.


The remittances hit the highest level in 2007 while, following the global crisis in 2008, remittances saw a significant decline.


However, remittances started the upward tendency in the first half of 2015, increasing by 18 percent.


But during the second half of 2015 remittances slowed down mainly due to the economic crisis in Greece as the latter closed banks and risked exiting Eurozone.


For many years, remittances have been one of the driving forces of the Albanian economy.
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