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    Tennis: Tsitsipas attacks Kyrgios “evil, bully with opponents”

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    (ANSA) – ROME, JULY 03 – “A bully” in an “evil” field with his opponents. Stefano Tsitsipas reserves words of fire against Nick Kyrgios, after the high-tension match lost by the Greek champion on the Wimbledon fields: and once again it is the Australian, ‘bad boy’ of world tennis, who ends up in the crosshairs. “It’s a constant bullying, that’s what it does,” said Tsitispas, seeded fourth in the London slam. “He bullies his opponents. He was probably a bully himself at school. I don’t like bullies – the thrust of the Greek – He certainly has positive traits, but I see an evil side, which can do a lot of harm to people that has around “.

    Kyrgios, in a game-show, with a high adrenaline rate where protests were not lacking (he also asked the referee to sanction Tsitsipas for intentionally sending the ball between the spectators), imposed himself 6-7 6-4 6- 3 7-6.

    “This story has to end, it’s not good – continued the Greek tennis player – Someone has to sit with him and talk. I’m not used to playing like this. In the end, with him you can’t ignore it and act like a robot: it looked like a circus. You get tired of the constant complaints. “

    Kyrgios for his part in the post-match said he understood why Tsitsipas was nervous, having lost twice in the last two weeks. “Maybe he should figure out how to beat me a couple more times first.”

    “I don’t like people who humiliate others. – Tsitsipas continued – There is no other player who behaves like this”. Kyrgios laughed at Tsitsipas’ accusations, describing his opponent as “soft”. “We’re not made from the same stuff – I have a lot of friends, just to let you know. I’m actually one of the most popular. I’m fine.” (HANDLE).

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