Nick Kyrgios: 'There are very few things that I can...'

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Nick Kyrgios: 'There are very few things that I can...'

Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios is one of the most beloved athletes on the ATP Tour. Nick is not only discussed for his behavior on the court, but above all for what happens to him off it. In the last stage of his career, Kyrgios seemed to have put aside his off-sports problems, but in the last few hours the player stumbled again.

In the past Nick Kyrgios was the protagonist of quite important social confrontations with his compatriot Bernard Tomic. The latter has repeatedly challenged Kyrgios on and off the track and the relationship between the two is anything but idyllic.

The athlete has fallen again in recent hours answering questions from his followers and thus provoking Tomic through his Instagram profile. A follower asked Nick if there will be a performance with Tomic in the future and the tennis player replied quite harshly, these are his words: "I don't think I want to make him famous again, I can't waste my time playing with number 800 of the world.

Despite this, I wish him the best in life." Thus, Kyrgios has made fun of his compatriot again and has answered him on social networks. In this period, Kyrgios is experiencing one of the most important moments of his career.

Nick reached the Wimbledon final in 2022 and had several good results. The tennis player became number 20 in the world ranking, returning to the upper floors of the ranking.

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Nick Kyrgios is accused by his former girlfriend, Chiara Passari, of domestic violence.

His trial was postponed several times. The first hearing will finally be held today in Canberra. We remind you that the Australian does not need to be present, his lawyer is enough, which is why he will be fine on the courts in Tokyo.

Nick faces a maximum of two years in prison. During the media day of the tournament in the Japanese capital, the Australian was asked about his concerns about the audience, as well as his way of handling this rather delicate situation.

“There are very few things that I can control and I take all necessary measures to deal with them off the court. I do everything I can. I'm here in Tokyo and I'm just trying to play good tennis, keep that momentum going and try to do my job - which is to play tennis, play well.

That's all," said the Australian. The 20th player in the world "visibly" has great confidence in his defense, he prefers to talk about his tennis.