Nick Kyrgios may have advanced to the Canadian Open with a straight sets victory over Sebastian Baez, but it was the Argentine who gave his opponent a "taste of his own

Sebastian Baez, but it was the Argentine who gave his opponent a "taste of his own medicine" late in the match with an incredible tweener lob.

Kyrgios has had little time to rest after his historic Citi Open singles and doubles titles heading into the Canadian Open last week.

The Australian was also in for a tough draw, with Daniil Medvedev waiting for the winner of his opening match in the second round.

But Kyrgios still had to contend with Baez, who is ranked a career-high 32nd in the world after a breakout year.

The 27-year-old has shown no signs of stopping his impressive form of late as he quickly grabbed a double break in the opening set

Despite losing serve later in the first, Kyrgios held on to take the first set.

And Kyrgios had virtually the entire match wrapped up when he got a very important break midway through the second set. At that point,