Nick Kyrgios demands for apologies again from all the people who criticize him heavily, for what he does in the world of tennis. The Australian has recently returned to discussing with critics on his social profiles, relaunching the importance of his figure in sport as well.
The Australian tennis player has always divided public opinion due to the very tough attitudes shown on the pitch over the years and the statements made in the various press conferences against his rivals. His character has not often helped him to win the battles that matter and to always express all the talent he can rely on in every prestigious appointment in the ATP Tour.
In 2022, however, the Canberra native raised his prices with excellent performances and a concentration on the pitch never shown before. Many opponents have not been able to stand up to him and the 27-year-old has thus achieved very satisfactory results, such as the final at Wimbledon and the victory of titles.
Nick also showed himself in some challenges with Stefanos Tsitsipas and the then number one Daniil Medvedev, in which he once again demonstrated his full potential.
Nick Kyrgios attacks his haters: “You’re ridiculous”
Netflix recently announced that the first five episodes of the Break Point series, dedicated entirely to the world of tennis and the lives of the protagonists, will be available in mid-January.
Among these was Nick Kyrgios himself involved at the Australian Open, which he won in doubles. In this regard, the player expressed some considerations on Twitter: “So after all this, after all the media writes how bad I am for the sport, disrespecting the game, I will be in the number one episode on Netflix to grow our fan base, basically trying to get other people into tennis.
We essentially put more money into the pockets of everyone involved in tennis. You guys look really ridiculous now. Your apology should be as strong as your disrespect.”
And essentially putting more money in everyone’s pockets that’s involved with tennis, you all look really ridiculous now 🤭🤣 your apology should be as loud as your distraction was.
— Nicholas Kyrgios (@NickKyrgios) December 29, 2022