Nick Kyrgios against clay tournaments and Gianluca Mager

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Nick Kyrgios against clay tournaments and Gianluca Mager

Nick Kyrgios is always the protagonist of infinite controversies, also through social networks. This time the controversy broke out on Twitter. Amidst the clay tournaments, for which Kyrgios never showed a great love and a great disposition and, in spite of himself, the Italian player Gianluca Mager, finalist at the ATP 500 in Rio de Janerio A Twitter profile post said: "Gianluca Mager is in the final of a 500-point tournament, and he's in tears on his chair.

I'm in tears realizing that Gianluca Mager will be No. 77 in the world tomorrow. Ahead of Herbert, Tiafoe, Pospisil, Popyrin, and too many others to name." In response to another post by a user who wrote: "Too many other names that never reached a 500 final?", Nick Kyrgios wrote: "How many wins on hard court and grass court has he had?" referring to Mager and, indirectly, neglecting clay tournaments with little importance.

In response to another subsequent tweet of a user on the same topic: "wait why is" ahead of popyrin "a thing", Kyrgios said: "Popyrin has made numerous 3rd round at grand slams". The usual Kyrgios, always ready to create more or less interesting discussions, with controversy and social confrontations.

Is this good or bad for the image of tennis?