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Nick Kyrgios calls the line judge a ‘snitch’ and insists she ‘has no fans’

Nick Kyrgios sullenly calls a female linesman a ‘snitch’ who ‘has no fans’ in a meltdown after just one set at Wimbledon… with the Australian also angrily launching a ball out of bounds and accusing British opponent Paul Jubb of yelling half way through the rally

It took just 12 minutes for Nick Kyrgios to start at Wimbledon – he hit a ball out of lane 3 after dropping his serve during the first set of his clash with Paul Jubb.

The Australian bad-boy – known for losing his temper – lashed out on Tuesday afternoon during his first round match at Wimbledon against British world champion No. 219.

Kyrgios had a heated exchange with the chair umpire early in the first set before breaking out after Jubb broke him to serve out the set at 6-3.

It took just 12 minutes for Nick Kyrgios to step down at Wimbledon on Tuesday afternoon

It took just 12 minutes for Nick Kyrgios to step down at Wimbledon on Tuesday afternoon

That was not the end of Kyrgios’ Wimbledon meltdown, however. Shortly afterwards, it was heard that the 27-year-old lost his temper with a linesman.

He decided to call the judge a “snitch” and said the female official “had no fans”.

Kyrgios vented his frustration on lane 3 and asked the chair umpire, “Has anyone come today to see her speak?”

‘No. I understand, but why is she doing that? Not one person in the stadium has come here to see her do anything! Not one person.

‘Like, you know what I mean? You have fans, but she has none.

‘What have I done? Like, come on. I know, but what? She just selfishly walks up to you in the middle of a game because she’s a snitch!’

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