Kyrgios reacts to baby interrupting ATP Finals match (WATCH)



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Kyrgios reacts to baby interrupting ATP Finals match (WATCH)

A baby interrupted the ATP Finals doubles encounter between Nick Kyrgios/Thanasi Kokkinakis and Neal Skupski/Wesley Koolhof. The moment was captured and spread on social media.

The match ended 6-7, 6-4, 10-5 for Skupski and Koolhof.

Some tennis fans blamed the baby's parents for bringing him to a tennis match. "Why would you bring a baby to a tennis arena, you asking to get embarrassed," a fan commented on Instagram. Other tennis enthusiasts blamed the players for stopping the match.

"Why can’t pro tennis players play with a bit of noise. Have they been practicing in a library?" a fan commented.

Kyrgios got marriage proposal from male spectator

On November 9, Nick Kyrgios received a marriage proposal from a male fan in the stands while competing in the Tennis Showdown event.

"Nick, would you marry me?" the fan shouted as the stadium started laughing. See the moment in this article: Nick Kyrgios reacts to loud marriage proposal from male spectator (VIDEO). Kyrgios went to Mexico to participate in the Tennis Showdown exhibition event.

Nick Kyrgios announced on Instagram in October that he will play an exhibition match against Gael Monfils in Mexico City on November 9. The game was held at the CDMX Arena. In addition to the singles match between the Europeans, a doubles match between Mexicans Santiago González and Henry López and Colombians Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah was scheduled at the time, according to Marca's reports.

Cristian Castro will perform a musical event at the end of the tennis match. Kyrgios shared the news on his Instagram account. "Let's go, Gael Monfils! Let's put on a show (lots of money emojis)," Kyrgios wrote on his Instagram Stories.

One of Kyrgios' forthcoming exhibitions will be in Dubai, where he will be joined by Novak Djokovic, Iga Swiatek, and other superstars. The World Tennis League will be held in Dubai before Christmas in 2022, between the 19th and 24th of December.