“Disgusting Man”: Nick Kyrgios Irked After Comparison With Bernard Tomic


Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios

Nick Kyrgios felt shocked after comparing with compatriot Bernard Tomic. Kyrgios took social on the occasion of his birthday and has lashed out following an unexpected weigh up and described he has “never felt more insulted” like this.   

Over the years, Kyrgios has been outspoken in the on-court and off-court. He criticised several things, including Djokovic’s Adria Tour debacle and Alexander Zverev’s selfish party. 

Ultimately, he slammed Bernard Tomic and his girlfriend Vanessa Sierra after complaining about hotel room conditions during the Australian Open summer series quarantine earlier this year. 

At the same time, some tennis analysts have charged, and the ATP tour has penalised the 26-year-old Australian for his on-court outburst.   

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However, Nick Kyrgios was very upset by this comparison and stated, “I got compared with Bernard Tomic today, and I’ve never felt more insulted.” 

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Kyrgios further listed his achievements as his charity work and foundation and raised a massive fund for bush fire for why he would not compare with Bernard Tomic.   

“Does he have a foundation? @nkfoundation — does he have the accomplishments? Did he raise money for the bushfires? It’s a disgusting man,” Kyrgios added.

Nick Kyrgios also underlined his accomplishments against the Big four(Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray). He is one of the players to beat the Big Four on occasion in the men’s tennis tour. Australian has a win-loss record against Swiss(1-6), Spaniard(3-5), Serbian(2-0), and British(1-5). 

Kyrgios commented, “Do your research. Also, I ain’t f***ing with anyone who does Only Fans.“Oh, and my accomplishments (I beat the big 4).”

In 2021, Nick Kyrgios has competed in merely two events so far. He has a win-loss record of 4-2 and played two excellent five-setter matches against French Ugo Humbert and Austrian Dominic Thiem in the Australian Open. 

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