“I played really well from every aspect of my game,” Kyrgios said on Thursday after his second round masterclass.
Kyrgios described his performance as a “gentle reminder” of how dangerous he can be on the surface.
“I just wanted to prove to people that, like, I'm really good,” he said.
Tsitsipas is 8-2 on grass so far this season and he warmed up for Wimbledon by winning a maiden grass-court title in Mallorca on the eve of the Championships.
The 23-year-old Greek dropped a set in his Wimbledon opener against Swiss qualifier Alexander Ritschard before taking out Australian Jordan Thompson in straight sets on Thursday.
“I felt confident with something that I wasn't that confident with, let's say, two days ago in my first round match, which was getting that first pop on the return, the depth, having that kind of first ball which gets my opponent out of position,” explained Tsitsipas after his win over Thompson.
Tsitsipas is the match-wins leader on tour in 2022 with 42 victories and 13 losses. Kyrgios is 18-6 win-loss this season.