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SportShock Kyrgios prediction follows outburst

02:35  23 may  2019
02:35  23 may  2019 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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It's barely been 48 hours since Nick Kyrgios made headlines for mocking Rafael Nadal's routine, and now, he's causing another stir. First he plays an unnecessary failed tweener, then drama follows as he argues with the umpire over his bleeding hand.

Kyrgios argued with chair umpire Fergus Murphy after the official refused to let the Australian take a bathroom break after the end of the second set of the match. Kyrgios has a long history when it comes to outbursts during tennis matches.

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Following a week in which Nick Kyrgios turned a large section of the tennis world against him thanks to an explosive podcast interview and an epic on-court tantrum, Peter FitzSimons has backed the enigmatic Aussie to grow into his talent and deliver a major championship "sooner rather than later".

It's a surprising comment from the renowned sports journalist who still sees "a good bloke trying to get out" through the unpredictable outbursts and self-destructive behaviour.

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Nick Kyrgios threw more on-court tantrums during his round three clash with Canadian Milos Raonic. He slammed his tennis racquet so hard into the His astonishing outburst came just hours after Kyrgios clashed with officials off the court, when he was scolded for climbing up a wall to see fellow

Follow The Sun. RAFA NADAL and Nick Kyrgios launched into a bitter war of words after the Spaniard suffered a shock defeat. World No2 Nadal was fuming after his Aussie rival - ranked 70 places below him - used an underarm serve during a 3-6 7-6 7-6 win.

Few deny that Kyrgios has the ability to win multiple Grand Slams or even rise to the world number one ranking if he ever gets his act together and starts putting in the work.

Shock Kyrgios prediction follows outburst Australia's Nick Kyrgios returns the ball to Russia's Danill Medvedev (unseen) during their ATP Masters tournament tennis match at the Foro Italico in Rome on May 14, 2019. (Photo by Andreas SOLARO / AFP) (Photo credit should read ANDREAS SOLARO/AFP/Getty Images) However, Kyrgios himself admitted in his astonishing interview with New York Times tennis writer Ben Rothenberg for his No Challenges Remaining podcast that he hasn't felt like a contender at a Slam since his memorable Wimbledon charge that took him to a quarter-final as a 19-year-old in 2014.

Instead, he's been in a constant battle with a sport that affords him a celebrity lifestyle but makes him homesick and resentful of the time he spends without his family and friends.

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Nick Kyrgios lost his cool on the court again on Saturday, lashing out at his older brother during his crushing defeat by Richard Gasquet at the French Open. The ninth seed was seen screaming towards his player's box during a break in play to tell older brother Christos to 'get out' in his latest outburst .

Not only that, he has no love for the sport, parties every night during some tournaments and describes himself as "uncoachable".

Shock Kyrgios prediction follows outburst Nick Kyrgios has declared that the French Open Despite all of his remarkable admissions and his defiance of the tennis establishment, Kyrgios has made an impression on FitzSimons that gives him the unshakeable sense that something great is just around the corner.

" Just stunning the talent. You look at the way that guy plays, it is unbelievable his talent," FitzSimons told Wide World of Sports' 5 Minutes with Fitzy.

"I always think with Kyrgios there's a really good bloke in there trying to get out.

" ... With Nick Kyrgios that scene we saw last week with the throwing of the chair, I wonder what he thinks when he sees that because every year we say 'it looks like Kyrgios has matured and he's about to come good'.

"John McEnroe is on the record saying he's one of the most talented players he's ever seen. But what is the solution?"

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Instagram: cookiesdomain Through all the hate Nick Kyrgios does receive through the media, the actual nature of his outbursts or 'tantrums' and their

Nick Kyrgios got his US Open campaign off to a winning start with a straight sets victory over Kyrgios was his usual boisterous self and received a code violation in the tie Johnson was irked after Kyrgios made a public scene of replying to the crowd

McEnroe is just one of the tennis legends who has gone on the record to back Kyrgios and said he would be willing to act as a mentor.

Boris Becker, a coach who had great success with Novak Djokovic - ironically the target of Kyrgios' most frank and remarkable opinion of a fellow player in the podcast interview - has also put up his hand to work with Kyrgios, although the Aussie has never shown any real interest in playing student.

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Which is why FitzSimons is not the first to describe Kyrgios' natural talent as "a waste" even as he maintains the faith that the 24-year-old will turn the corner and ultimately be embraced by the public that he currently appears content to repel.

"I look at him and I just wish that he could channel all of that energy into his undoubted genius," FitzSimons said.

"Ultimately he's going to be good for tennis and he's good for Australian tennis but Lleyton Hewitt started out as the firebrand to beat them all and he was embarrassing us all and he turned into this great guy who never stopped trying that all of Australia was proud of - he'd win a (popularity) vote 99.9 per cent...

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The outburst at the umpire on Wednesday came after a first serve during the first-set tiebreak was called out despite appearing to clip the line. But despite the odd outburst Kyrgios , who has had several brushes with authority, kept his emotions in check to edge a tight tussle.

Follow The Sun. NICK KYRGIOS was penalised for a foul-mouthed rant at a fan and later seemed to give up trying as he exited the Miami Open - but still defended his actions. Aussie Kyrgios lost his cool with two code violations in the final set - for smashing his racquet and swearing at a fanCredit

"Of course (Kyrgios) will win a major. I believe so - hopefully sooner rather than later."

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