Wimbledon 2022: Nick Kyrgios against the crowd and chair umpire!

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Wimbledon 2022: Nick Kyrgios against the crowd and chair umpire!

Super show by Nick Kyrgios at Wimbledon 2022! And these are not spectacular shots, but the usual bad boy attitude that has repeatedly escaped from the Australian. In his first round match at Wimbledon against Briton Paul Jubb, world number 219 against whom he struggled hard to win, Kyrgios blurted out just minutes into the match.

To be targeted first the public, who took an angry shot and towards which the Aussie tennis player would also have thrown a spit at the end of the game. The 27-year-old from Canberra addressed one fan in particular, guilty of speaking during an exchange.

"You can't decide to talk to me in the middle of the point when I'm about to do a backhand, it can't have happened brother. They can watch tennis but talk and shout in the middle of the point," exclaimed Kyrgios.

Not happy, the Australian also lashed out at the chair judge for an unshared choice. "Why are you doing it? No person came today to see her do anything! Nobody! Does he understand what I mean? I have fans, but she doesn't have any!

What have I done? Come on let's go. You are a spy." These were the words of Kyrgios towards the unfortunate Marija Cicak, who is also accused of being the worst ever seen.

Kyrgios' attack on Wimbledon organizers

Nick Kyrgios had already given a taste of his mood towards this year's Wimbledon tournament.

The Australian tennis player, as good as he is extravagant, will play in singles but above all in doubles with his friend, colleague and compatriot Thanasi Kokkinakis, with whom he triumphed at the Australian Open. Just in relation to the doubles tournament, Kyrgios exposed himself by attacking the organizers of the Championships hard about the game formula: "On the one hand I'm looking forward to playing the doubles tournament, he told Tennis Head, but at the same time I'm curious about this best of five set tournament.

To be honest, I think it's the stupidest thing ever, no one is interested in seeing doubles matches at the best of five sets."