Just a few years ago Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic were considered as two of the greatest young talents not only in Australian tennis but in the entire world scene. The two then saw different paths with Kyrgios who did not meet expectations but still remained in the elite and at the top of tennis, also taking satisfactions such as those of beating legends of the caliber of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.
On the other hand, Tomic slowly got lost in distractions and came out too early from the tennis that counts: the former number 17 in the world rankings is now number 233 in the world and sails away from the main ATP tournaments.
It was the end of last year and Tomic was the protagonist of an episode outside the world of tennis with the Australian who published a rough photo with his girlfriend and model Vanessa Sierra on the well-known portal Onlyfans.
Kyrgios was one of the first to dislike the choice made by his colleague. Both Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic are considered Bad Boy of world tennis and the two are often combined and compared in terms of more or less similar paths.
Nick Kyrgios does not think so and for this reason in the last few hours he has published a post on social media where he harshly criticized this comparison.
Here are his words: "Today I was compared to Bernard Tomic and I think I have never suffered a greater insult. Did he create a foundation? Did he raise money for the fires? Guys, this is disgusting. I am compared with people who have Only Fans, we talk about success and I tell you that I have beaten all the Big Four."
Kyrgios is currently out of the 2021 Australian Open where he was eliminated in the third round by Dominic Thiem; the Australian has decided to skip all season on clay and for this reason he will not even participate in Roland Garros 2021.
Bianca Andreescu is positive to the swab and she will skip Madrid
Bianca Andreescu is positive to COVID-19 and will not play the Mutua Madrid 2021. After being stopped for over a year, the Canadian had to play the Australian Open after two weeks of hard quarantine following the positivity at COVID, among others, of his coach Sylvain Bruneau.
Then she got injured during the final in Miami and now she, upon arrival in Madrid, where she was supposed to play the WTA 1000 at Caja Magica, she tested positive for the swab and therefore she will not be able to take the court for the first time in the Spanish capital.
This is her confirmation: "To all my fans, after taking two negative swabs before my flight to Madrid, upon my arrival I was informed that unfortunately I tested positive for COVID-19, and for this reason I will not be able to play the Madrid Open next week.
I feel good, I am resting and I am continuing to follow the appropriate protocols and guidelines. I can't wait to get back on the court very soon."