Nick Kyrgios is considered a tennis bully. He confirmed this reputation in Wimbledon when he messed with a visitor.
The argumentative tennis pro Nick Kyrgios from Australia caused the next excitement at the classic lawn in Wimbledon. The 27-year-old admitted to deliberately spitting at a spectator after his first-round win on Tuesday. Kyrgios said he was disrespectful to him. “Once I won the game, I turned to him. I’ve had to deal with hate and negativity for so long, so I don’t feel like I owe that person anything.”
Kyrgios complains to referees about fans
Kyrgios defeated the British Paul Jubb 3: 6, 6: 1, 7: 5, 6: 7 (3: 7), 7: 5. Kyrgios kept messing with the audience that supported the local heroes. He also doesn’t go to the supermarket and clap when someone scans something in the till, mocked the world number 40. at the referee.
He was not racially insulted, said Kyrgios when asked. He last denounced this at the tournament in Stuttgart. “But someone called today that I was shit. Is that normal? No,” said Kyrgios. “I think there’s a whole generation of people on social media who think they have the right to comment negatively on every single thing.”
Kyrgios had been on probation for six months in 2019. At a tournament in the United States, he tangled with the referee, took an unauthorized bathroom break, smashed two racquets in the catacombs and finally refused to shake hands with the referee.