Roger Federer described him as a “claw,” and Rafael Nadal once accused him of being disrespectful and called him “evil” and “bully” at Wimbledon on Saturday night.
Like it or not, Nick Kirgius is on the verge of becoming Wimbledon’s all-time leading scorer.
The 27-year-old Australian, who is awaiting the final results of the last 16, was spotted at Wimbledon after a violent storm with Tsitsipas as he watched a tennis match, commonly likened to a Jennifer Court 1 street fight.
Both players collected code violations.
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Kirgos pleaded guilty to throwing the Greek ball at the spectator. At one point, he refused to play.
Tsitsipas admits he deliberately tried to hit the Australian “circus” with a ball.
The Greek fell into the trap of Kyrgyz and was left out of the race three hours and 17 minutes later.
He leaves Canberra as a legal champion. The prestigious tennis statistics website is the fourth-highest ranked tennis player to win the tennis title after Carlos Alcaraz, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.
For Kirgos, Pussias was another amazing scalp. Antics, constant speech and complaints, tactical or not, his stats are impressive.
He has a record of winning four of the top five in the world. Third-placed Novak Djokovic is likely to be the final contender at Wimbledon, having met the Australian on both occasions. He did not even ask for a collection of Serbs.
Kyrgyz is left with two wins and one defeat for the world number one Daniel Medvedev.
Kyrgyzs finished 4-3 with second-placed Alexander Zeverev in a 4-1 win over No. 5 Puspas on Saturday.
Surprisingly, Snow-Cool Nadal and Federer have amazing numbers.
World No. 4 Nadal, a potential semi-finalist, has won six of his nine games against a stable Australian.
Federer had little trouble winning 6-1.
A.D. In 2014, when he admired Nadal at Wimbledon, Kyrgyz was ranked 144th.
He hit 30 aces and 77 winners to reach the quarterfinals.
A newspaper described him as a man with a “golden arm.” “I think we have found the next person in the men’s game,” said American legend John McEnro.
Since then, however, Kirgos’ story has been a cocktail of incompetence, litigation and punishment.
Stan Waurinka, a three-time winner, has been fined for sexually assaulting his girlfriend.
A.D. In 2016, he was charged with felony criminal mischief in Shanghai. A.D. At the 2019 Italian Open, he threw himself on a courtroom in a fit of rage. Three years ago, he was fined $ 25,000 and banned for 16 weeks for blasphemy in Cincinnati.
He further aggravated the case by accusing ETP of being “corrupt.” In an interview last month, he estimated that the fine was around $ 550,000.
After the first round at Wimbledon on Tuesday, another $ 10,000 was even worse, calling the line judge a “snitch” and believing he was being spit on by fans.
Kirgos has said he will not get the respect he deserves and has so far cut off the fighter in all three of his post-match press conferences.
Playing the image of Dennis Rodman, the NBA’s bad boy, in a woolen dress, he objected to Thesis’s accusation that Greece was too “soft.”
“I went out there and competed in Wimbledon, and I did. He was successful. Everything I did worked. I’m not going to be his friend. ”
Kyrgyz may have been suffering at the Immigration Complex but was deported to Wimbledon.
It exploded 68 rounds in three rounds, interrupting the service only twice and expanding the competition’s third-fastest speed.
Next up is Polar Nakashima, an emotionally disturbed American in the last-16 waters of the unknown Grand Slam.
In the ATP profile, Nakashima described his poor quality as “Afar,” certainly not Kirgius’ character.
Winning or losing on Monday, Kirgos insists that it will be his own.
“They should see me play Wimbledon in the fourth round. I also got a good paycheck this week, so I don’t care what they think. ”