Nick Kirgius’ show returns to Wimbledon on Thursday night – but not where fans can expect it.
Wild Australian Philip Krajinovich shocked the world in the first round of the second round and made him the most talked about player in the tournament.
And won 6-2 6-3 6-1.
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On Wednesday morning, in a five-match win over Paul Jr., Kyrgyz argued with a panel judge, saying “there is no supporter” and “disrespectful”.
Canberra continued to fan the flames in a press conference after the game – eating pasta in between responses – not apologizing for his behavior, doubling his accusations against his supporters and denying any sympathy for the authorities.
He was widely beaten in the world of tennis, and world media personality Pierce Morgan called him a “pig” on Thursday, adding Erin Mollan as a “perfect weapon.”
The 27-year-old is looking forward to the tournament on Thursday night and is expected to announce in advance that he will be penalized for spitting.
Kyrgyz is playing in the third round with his countrymen on Thursday night, with both Alex de Minaur and Jordan Thompson appearing in the second-highest court, while Kyrgyz is in second place in the 4,000-capacity court No. 2 Krajinovich.
De Minaur faces off against local Brit Jack Draper, and Tompson No. 4 faces Stephen Tsitsipas.
Ajla Tomljanovich and Jason Kubler will also play their second round match on Thursday night.
Some media outlets have suggested that Kyrgyz was “excluded” from the competition because of his behavior. He opened the opening game in 2000 with a capacity of 3.
Considering the appeal of the box office to the Australian star is a big blow to the face.
The situation is complicated by Kyrgyz.
That match was the last game scheduled for 18 in court.
When the men’s lottery opened for him, at least one Australian corporation bookmaker moved Kirgos to the fifth round of betting to win the entire race.
The recent grass court events in Stuttgart and Hale are seen as a threat after the semi-finals.
A.D. In 2014, the English club reached the quarter-finals, beating Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals, but he has not been able to make the fourth round since then.