Tsitsipas calls Nick Kyrgios bully after Wimbledon hubbub, loss

Scratch Kyrgios reviled at the Wimbledon seat umpire and inquired, "Would you say you are imbecilic?"

He requested to see a Grand Slam boss in the wake of addressing why his rival, Stefanos Tsitsipas, didn't relinquish their consistently quarrelsome, never-exhausting counterpart for irately hitting a ball into the stands subsequent to dropping the subsequent set

Unsatisfied with the reaction, Kyrgios inquired, "What are you referring to, brother?" Then came this: "Brother, bring out additional bosses

I'm not finished. Bring them hard and fast. I couldn't care less. I'm holding off on playing until we make quick work of this."

Storyteller: He kept on playing Saturday. Furthermore, the eccentric, unseeded Kyrgios won 6-7 (2), 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (7) to arrive at the fourth round at the All England Club interestingly starting around 2016

then, at that point, was reprimanded by the No. 4-cultivated Tsitsipas for having "an extremely malicious side."

"It's steady tormenting. He does that. He menaces the adversaries,"

Said Tsitsipas, the 2021 French Open second place, who likewise lost to Kyrgios on grass at a competition in Halle, Germany, last month. "He was likely a domineering jerk at school himself. I could do without menaces."

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