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Kyrgios throws a chair and is disqualified

Nick Kyrgios is known for the fact that he quickly loses the nerve. At the ATP tournament in Rome of the so-valiant as talented Australians made in the 2. Round for the next negative headlines. In the match against the Norwegians Casper Ruud (ATP 76) was the Bad Boy of the Tennis in the third set because of rowdy behaviour is a disqualification.

spectators brought Kyrgios on the palm. The World Ranking Of 36. had conceded in the course of the game, a warning and a point deduction. With the score 2:1 in the third round – after the 2:6 lost the starting set, the 24-Year-old 7:6 (7:5) had managed the compensation – was he even a criminal game. Kyrgios complained then Supervisor Gerry Armstrong about the spectators ran during his mark-up on the ranks around. The Australian swore at the referee, because this broke the game.

Enraged, smashed Kyrgios his bat and threw a folding chair on the field, whereupon he was disqualified. He then grabbed his bag and left frustrated on the Court 3. Previously, the Enfant terrible had between the ball word battles with spectators, coaches and referees supplied, switch repeatedly – and by the way, in the deciding set with a Break provided.

in the Morning, dealt,

From the start, Kyrgios seemed to concentrate. He led while ball talks go, wrinkling his nose, and gave the spectators at a page exchange with liquids from the beverage crate. Before a Service Ruuds he turned in a duck squatting to Return.

Because of a sensational interview with the renowned tennis journalist Ben Rothenberg Kyrgios on the grounds of the Foro Italico was already in the morning hours, the topic of conversation. In the Podcast Interview published Novak Djokovic and Fernando Verdasco way got, especially your fat. "Novak wants to be sick imprisonment as popular as Roger Federer. He is obsessed with, to be loved by all," said Kyrgios, among other things, on the world ranking list. The Spaniard Verdasco he described as the "most arrogant player on the Tour," himself as "the laziest". On the other side of Kyrgios' scale Roger Federer. This was the Best of times and set the standards for all others. (ddu/sda)

Created: 16.05.2019, 17:16 PM

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