Nick Kyrgios stings Bernard Tomic again: "Think about your life!"



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Nick Kyrgios stings Bernard Tomic again: "Think about your life!"

Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios is one of the most beloved athletes on the ATP Tour. Nick does discuss not only for his behavior on the pitch but above all for what happens to him off the pitch. In the last phase of his career Kyrgios seemed to have put aside his extra tennis problems but in the last hours the player stumbled again.

In the past Nick Kyrgios was the protagonist of quite important social clashes with countryman Bernard Tomic. The latter has repeatedly challenged Kyrgios on and off the court and the relations between the two are anything but idyllic.

The athlete has fallen again in the last few hours by answering questions from followers and thus provoking Tomic through his Instagram profile.

Nick Kyrgios stings Bernard Tomic again: "I don't care"

A fan asked Nick if there will be a performance with Tomic in the future and the tennis player replied quite harshly, here are his words: "I don't think I want to make him famous again, I can't waste my time on play with the number 800 in the world.

Despite this, I still wish him all the best in life." Kyrgios has thus again made fun of his fellow countryman and replied on social media. In this period Kyrgios is experiencing one of the most important moments in his career.

Nick reached the Wimbledon final in 2022 and achieved several good results. The tennis player became number 20 in the world rankings, returning to the upper floors of the rankings. It must be said that Nick could potentially be close to the world Top Ten and close to his Best Ranking, but the athlete played in a Wimbledon edition where the points were not counted.

Kyrgios appeared unleashed on social media and also responded to the teasing of followers. A fan reminded Nick of his 'mental' difficulties over the years and Kyrgios snapped back: "I don't think you could ever win a point against me, you better think about your life."