The British television presenter Annabel Croft, recently just came back at Nick Kyrgios for his not so polite comments on several occasions. The Australian player passes loose comments and makes rude statements.
The 25-year-old recently accused the players associated with the Adria Tour. Which included the current World No.01 Novak Djokovic, Dominic Thiem, Borna Coric, and some others.
Moreover, Former British number one female player talked about Djokovic’s Adria Tour in a Talksport show, “He is taking this position of the moral high ground and he has been incredibly vocal. I’d go as far as saying he’s been unbelievably rude and vicious to quite a lot of his fellow tennis players in some Tweets quite recently.”
“He’s been attacking Djokovic and Dominic Thiem. The other day I saw him calling Borna Coric a peanut brain and the most boring player to watch. He is very outspoken and he does things that create an enormous amount of attention.” Annabel Croft added.
Additionally, She also said, “He’s sort of turned himself into this bad guy, a pantomime villain, but now he’s taking this moral high ground.”
“It’s hard for me to listen to him making that statement”- Annabel Croft
The former tennis star also went on to say that she finds it difficult to respect Nick’s actions and finds his approach extremely inappropriate.
The 54-years-old Brit said, “I have to say, after some of the behavior that I’ve seen from Nick Kyrgios I’m not one that’s inclined to really respect a lot of what he does.”
“I don’t know where he’s made that statement from, wherever he is in Australia, but I can understand if he’s over there and it is very bad right now, they’re on lockdown, there’s an 8 pm curfew, and so perhaps from his standpoint and for the Australian public, he wants to do that (referring to pulling out of the US Open).” She also added.
“But I don’t really respect him as a human being with the way he goes about his business on the court. So it’s hard for me to listen to him making that statement, to be honest.” Former World No.24 concluded.