Nick Kyrgios: "If I had done that, I would have been fined"



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Nick Kyrgios: "If I had done that, I would have been fined"

Nick Kyrgios still argues. "There has been a lot of disrespect from the audience today. I'm just starting to think it's normal when it really isn't. You know, I didn't say anything to the crowd until they started every time I got to the bottom of it.

, people were leaving. I just don't know if it's normal or not. How do i feel? It just happened. Just as it happened to me in Stuttgart, the racist offense, and then it happened to Naomi Osaka in Indian Wells where someone screamed, it influenced his game.

I don't understand why viewers feel capable of doing this. It's pure disrespect, that's all. " After his winning debut on the lawns of the All England Club, Nick wanted to send a message to the British crowd, which provoked him several times during the match against wild card Paul Jubb.

The new controversy of Nick Kyrgios

The Australian thinks that spectators are not showing proper respect for him. Between one press conference and another, Kyrgios found a way to spark a new controversy after the match between Alexander Bublik and Frances Tiafoe.

During the fourth set, the Kazakh decided to give life to the most atypical game in the history of tennis. The player born in 1997 served six times from below in the fourth game and surprised the American, who even lost the game.

Kyrgios pointed out the difference in treatment that the tennis world gives him when he performs certain plays: "I love what Bublik did, it's different. But if I had done it, I would have been accused of tanking and would have received a fine of 15,000 pounds."

Kyrgios will today play his third round match, a much awaited challenge against Stefanos Tsitsipas. The Australian lost against the Greek only in the last edition of the Laver Cup and won the only match on grass in Halle.