It’s been a long time since there was a “bad boy of tennis,” but Australia’s Nick Kyrgios seems to be wearing the crown — intentional or not. The 21-year-old was booed off the court during a Shanghai Masters game in which he never looked interested in playing at all. At times he toyed with his second-round opponent, before throwing the match and telling the umpire “can you call time so I can finish this match and go home?”
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Nick Kyrgios looked completely disengaged at the Shanghai Masters, like he couldn't get off the court fast enough
Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios suffered a meltdown at the Shanghai Masters on Wednesday during a straight-sets defeat to German Mischa Zverev. The 21-year-old, who said during his first-round win that he was "bored," seemingly ...
Nick Kyrgios, the 20-year-old Australian who burst onto the scene when he upset Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon two years ago, has developed a reputation as being something of a bad boy on the professional tennis circuit. He throws his r...
Oct 17 (Reuters) - Tennis 'bad boy' Nick Kyrgios has been banned for eight tournament weeks for his conduct during his defeat at the Shanghai Masters last week, the governing body for men's tennis (ATP) said on Monday.