Nick Kyrgios names player he'd pick to be his partner in solving CSI Miami crime



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Nick Kyrgios names player he'd pick to be his partner in solving CSI Miami crime

Nick Kyrgios was asked with which player he would solve a crime in CSI Miami and jokingly remarked he'd definitely not take Frances Tiafoe. After revealing who definitely would not be his partner in solving a crime, Kyrgios revealed who it would be - Roberto Bautista Agut.

Kyrgios thinks his personality and Bautista Agut's calm demeanor would be a match made in heaven. "I'd definitely not take Tiafoe, we'd be the worst detective. (I'd take) RBA, feel like him in a suit could be good.

I'd be like the loud one, he'd be like the one calming me down, it's like fire and ice," Kyrgios said.

Kyrgios out of the Miami Open

On Tuesday, Kyrgios suffered a round-of-16 defeat at the Miami Masters.

Kyrgios couldn't overcome Jannik Sinner as the Italian claimed a 7-6 (3) 6-3 win. When Sinner was 5-3 up in the first set tie-break, Kyrgios was hit by a costly point penalty. Kyrgios was absolutely livid after being hit by a point penalty and he was hit by game penalty after losing the first set.

Kyrgios tweeted after the match: "‘You could do the job of the umpire’ - what was said to my best friend that got me ‘unsportsmanlike code violation’ at 5-3 in the first set tie break. With 100 of thousands of dollars on the line that was the decision he made because the umpires ‘feelings got hurt.

GET NEW PEOPLE." Even though Kyrgios wasn't happy with how the match was officiated, he underlined that he would never take away anything from Sinner. "Don’t get it twisted. I got mad respect for @janniksir he is one of my favourite players and he was TOO GOOD.

I am aiming all of this at an umpire who clearly ISNT GOOD ENOUGH to be doing these matches. Nothing but a slap on the wrist for him right? What a joke," Kyrgios said in another tweet.