& # 39; At least now he can't embarrass the country & # 39 ;: Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios is beaten for withdrawing from the French Open with a mysterious injury after being in default of a tantrum on the earlier this month field
- Nick Kyrgios withdrew from the French Open Days after he said it & # 39; sucks & # 39;
- The news came shortly after he was kicked out of the Italian Open for a tantrum
- Kyrgios was beaten because he withdrew with some and said he had to stop playing tennis
Nick Kyrgios is beaten because he sucks days after he said the tournament & # 39; has sustained an injury.
Organizers of the competition confirmed that the 24-year-old had withdrawn.
The announcement came shortly after Kyrgios was kicked out of the Italian Open because he hit his racket, kicked a bottle and threw a chair during his match with Casper Rudd earlier this month.
Neither Kyrgios or the organizers of the French Open revealed the details of his injury, but many people on social media were unsympathetic.
Tournament organizers confirmed that 24-year-old Nick Kyrgios (pictured with his girlfriend Ajla Tomljanovic) had withdrawn
Facebook commentators were not shy about sharing their criticism of Kyrgios with the comment that he had to leave tennis completely.
One commentator said: & # 39; At least now he cannot embarrass himself or his country during the tournament. & # 39;
& # 39; I didn't know a snot was a disease & # 39 ;, another commentator said.
& # 39; Too bad he didn't completely withdraw from the game & # 39 ;, says a Facebook user.
Another Facebook user said: & # 39; I suspect the tantrums will actually be left to the children this year. & # 39;
The announcement came shortly after Kyrgios was kicked out of the Italian Open because he slammed his racket, kicked a bottle and threw a chair during his match with Casper Rudd earlier this month
Withdrawal from the French Open is just a controversy added to a career enveloped in them.
During a 2015 competition in Montreal, Kyrgios insulted Swiss player Stan Wawrinka (30) by saying that he & # 39; banging 18-year-olds & # 39; inside out.
In a match against Marco Cecchinato at the 2016 French Open, Kyrgios called & # 39; towel & # 39; to a balboy who the referee found overly aggressive.
After his 2017 win against Dudi Sela in Israel, Kyrgios told fans in the crowd about the & # 39; stop & # 39; that led to him and Sela getting into a heated argument.
Kyrgios was fined 15,000 euros after an incident during the 2018 Queen & # 39; s Championship in London after making sexual gestures with a bottle of water broadcast on television.
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