Nick Kyrgios leaves the fan's T-shirt with black pen unreadable because & # 39; Novak & # 39; on

& # 39; What I think of you & # 39 ;: shocking moment tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios defaces fan & # 39; s T-shirt with black pen because & # 39; Novak & # 39; written on it

  • Nick Kyrgios signed signatures outside at the Atlanta Open in the US.
  • He saw a fan wearing a Novak Djokovic shirt and chose the young man
  • He pulled out a black pen and scribbled on the fan's shirt and taunted Djokovic
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Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios has made a T-shirt of a fan with a black pen unreadable because & # 39; Novak & # 39; was written on.

Kyrgios signed signatures at the Atlanta Open in the US when he saw a man in the crowd with a shirt that supported Novak Djokovic.

He pulled out a black pen and scribbled the name out before pointing at Novak and said: & # 39; This is what I think of you and your shirt, gone.

Kyrgios signed signatures at the Atlanta Open in the US when he saw a man in the crowd with a shirt that supported Novak Djokovic

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Kyrgios signed signatures at the Atlanta Open in the US when he saw a man in the crowd with a shirt that supported Novak Djokovic

Tennis fans went to Twitter and smothered Kyrgios for not respecting Djokovic.

One person wrote: & # 39; So childish. If only he would put so much effort into playing. He can only dream of being at the Novak level.

Another wrote: & # 39; Recycle Bin will always be trash

& # 39; Nick, why don't you tell this to Novak and don't use a third person? Show us that you have b *** s, & a person said.

Another said: & # 39; You can describe it with two words & # 39; attention hook & # 39;. & # 39;

He pulled out a black pen and scribbled the name out before pointing at Novak and said: & # 39; This is what I think of you and your shirt, gone & # 39; (photo with Ajla Tomljanovic)

He pulled out a black pen and scribbled the name out before pointing at Novak and said: & # 39; This is what I think of you and your shirt, gone & # 39; (photo with Ajla Tomljanovic)

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He pulled out a black pen and scribbled the name out before pointing at Novak and said: & # 39; This is what I think of you and your shirt, gone & # 39; (photo with Ajla Tomljanovic)

This is not the first time that the tennis star born in Canberra has made his feelings about the Serbian player clear (photo Novak Djokovic)

This is not the first time that the tennis star born in Canberra has made his feelings about the Serbian player clear (photo Novak Djokovic)

This is not the first time that the tennis star born in Canberra has made his feelings about the Serbian player clear (photo Novak Djokovic)

This is not the first time the Canberra-born tennis star has made his feelings about the Serbian player clear.

In an explosive interview in July on podcast No more challenges, Kyrgios claimed that Djokovic & # 39; cringeworthy & # 39; and has a & # 39; sick obsession to want to be liked & # 39 ;.

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& # 39; He is an incredible player, he is a sport champion; one of the best we will ever see. He will probably, frankly, I think he will get the Grand Slam count, I think he will surpass Federer, & Kyrgios said at the time.

& # 39; We are talking about a man who withdrew from the Australian Open for a year because it was too hot. No matter how many Grand Slams he wins, he will never be the best for me.

& # 39; Just because I've played it twice and I like it, I'm sorry, but if you can't beat me, you're not the best of all time. Because if you like to look at my daily routine and how much I train and how much I put in, it is zero compared to him. & # 39;

Dyjokovic responded at the time and said against The Sydney Morning Herald that he & # 39; did not lose any sleep & # 39; about the antics of Kyrgios.

In an explosive interview in July, Kyrgios claimed that Djokovic & # 39; cringeworthy & # 39; and has a & # 39; sick obsession to want to be liked & # 39 ;. (pictured: Djokovic and his wife Jelena Ristic)

In an explosive interview in July, Kyrgios claimed that Djokovic & # 39; cringeworthy & # 39; and has a & # 39; sick obsession to want to be liked & # 39 ;. (pictured: Djokovic and his wife Jelena Ristic)

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In an explosive interview in July, Kyrgios claimed that Djokovic & # 39; cringeworthy & # 39; and has a & # 39; sick obsession to want to be liked & # 39 ;. (pictured: Djokovic and his wife Jelena Ristic)

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