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RPT-Tennis-Kyrgios courts more trouble in Shanghai Masters exit

SHANGHAI, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Australian Nick Kyrgios caused more on-court controversy in his defeat by unseeded German Mischa Zverev at the Shanghai Masters on Wednesday with a listless performance that could land him in trouble with the ATP.
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