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Nick Kyrgios admitted that he threw a spit against the public at Wimbledon: “Someone insulted me”


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The controversy is associated with Nick Kyrgios since he appeared on the tennis circuit. On the second day of competition, the Australian made his debut at the 2022 edition of Wimbledon against Paul Jubbs and delivered: he won 3-2. However, there were other nuances throughout the contest at the All England Club.

The images of the transmission showed that the oceanic was uncomfortable in several passages of the contest. In fact, the athlete had discussions with the chair umpire and with a line judge. On top of that, the public did not receive him in the best way and they spent a large part of the shock insulting him to make him feel in a hostile environment.

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After completing the pass to the next round (he will play against Serbian Filip Krajinovic) of the third Grand Slam of the season, Kyrgios gave details of what happened on the pitch. “It was a lack of respect. Someone insulted me, he told me I was sh*t, from the audience. Is that normal? No. I don’t understand why it happens all the time.”revealed.

“I love Wimbledon. It has nothing to do with the tournament. It is simply a generation of people who believe that because they are on social networks they have the right to say what they want and they continue to do so in real life. Because there is a fence and physically I cannot do anything, or say anything, because I would get in trouble.added the number 40 of the ATP.

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Immediately, Kyrgios admitted that, given the repeated reactions against him, he turned towards the stands and spat. “To one of the people who disrespected me. Yes Yes. She wouldn’t have done that to someone who would have supported me.”he indicated in the press conference after his new appearance in the contest.

To close, and about the inconveniences with the judges, Kyrgios acknowledged having called “snitch” to one of the authorities of his party. Without further ado, Nick pointed out that he has no regrets about using that term. “Nope. Why? That’s what she did. I didn’t do anything and she went to the referee and told him something I didn’t say.”sentenced the 27-year-old athlete.

Source: Elcomercio

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