Nick Kyrgios always causes controversy in the world of tennis, whether on or off the court. On this occasion, the Australian was the protagonist of a series of scandals that caused a lot of talking and confusing the Roman spectators, who condemned their attitude.
On this occasion, for the second round of the Masters 1000 in Rome, 36th in the world rankings had a rage during the match against Casper Ruud. The match went 6-3, 6-7 and 2-1 in favor of Norwegian, which thanks to this victory will meet today with Juan Martín Del Potro for the eighth final in Roman open.
Nick Kyrgio's main character for another scandal in Rome. (Photo: ANSA / Ettore Ferrari).
Kyrgios was annoyed by a game in the game, began to argue with the match's judge and lost his sanity. He tried to break his racket, and then, in the middle of the rage attack, he threw a chair in the middle of the court. After being punished, he decided to go to the locker room.
On the other hand, on Tuesday, Kyrgios had a hilarious match at the 1000 Masters in Rome against the Russian Daniil Medvedev, who won 6-3, 3-6 and 6-3 after take out "from below", do "the big willy", and even turn your back to a point.
He also had one bad reaction against the current public and after the meeting, he explained the reason for his gestures: "People whistle me and show no respect, why should I respect them? I don't care if people have paid for tickets, they will treat me like junk anyway."
But the controversy was not there. In dialogue with the program No challenges left of New York Times, Kyrgyz used to recharge against his The "enemy" Novak Djokovic, commenting that Serbian have "An unhealthy obsession with being loved. He wants to like it so much that I can't resist it. Djokovic can win all the Grand Slams he wants him to never get the best, I won him twice and I didn't do much effort ".
Kyrgios, he met twice against Serbian and both times he won, that is why he assured Djokovic "It may not be the best in history and has not won me once. For me, Murray is a much better player, I always tell him. "
Australia's criticism also focused on two Spaniards. One of them was Rafael NadalIf, who commented that when he wins, "he becomes super aggressive, goes out to say that I have no respect for the game or for the public" and added that "after Toni (his uncle) shows up and says I lack education anger your family as you win. It is crazy that he gets angry when I hit him"The other Spaniard who was hit by the criticism was Fernando Verdascowhich Kyrgyz regarded as "the most arrogant person in history"Since"God believes and it has a very normal reverse. "