Nicky no friends! Andy Murray roasts the Australian tennis star Kyrgios after he has eaten him alone in a restaurant in Melbourne
- Andy Murray, 31, burned star-Australian player Nick Kyrgios on his Instagram
- Murray placed the image of the 23-year-old only in the restaurant
- Murray's post comes three days after he announced his retirement from tennis
Sahar Mourad for daily post Australia
Andy Murray has roasted the Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios after he has eaten him alone in a restaurant in Melbourne.
The 31-year-old placed the image on his Instagram story and left Kyrgios sitting at the table with four sets of kitchen utensils while sitting on his phone.
& # 39; @ k1ngkyrg1os at the table with all his friends & # 39 ;, read the caption.
The 31-year-old placed the image on his Instagram story and left Kyrgios sitting at the table with four sets of kitchen utensils while sitting on his phone
Andy Murray roasted fellow player and played the star-Australian player Nick Kyrgios after he had eaten him alone at a restaurant in Melbourne
Murray's post comes just three days after he shocked his fans and announced his retirement from tennis.
On Friday, the twofold Wimbledon champion broke into tears when he explained that his hip still gives him a lot of pain and his plan is to end his career Wimbledon this year.
But with his injury even worse, the Australian Open could prove his last appearance.
Murray's post comes just three days after he shocked his fans and announced his retirement from tennis
Meanwhile, Kyrgios, 23, recently opened his battle with mental health and revealed that he was seeking professional help.
He said that if he spent so much time outdoors, he became mentally exhausted.
& # 39; I was on my way for almost six months. That was hard for me, "Kyrgios said.
& # 39; Out of season, because I was at home in Canberra, was unbelievable. To spend time with family – I had not seen my sister for a while and she was home.
"Only spending time with family, friends, taking time away from the sport, I think, gave me a lot of mental effort. & # 39;
Kyrgios is one of eight Australians in action on Tuesday, with Thanasi Kokkinakis Alexei Popyrin, Alex Bolt, Daria Gavrilova, Ajla Tomljanovic, Samantha Stosur and Destanee Aiava also opening their championships.