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Sport Casper Ruud hits out again at Nick Kyrgios after Rome Masters meltdown

04:40  23 october  2019
04:40  23 october  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Nick Kyrgios added another chapter to his colorful, and off-color, career on Thursday when he was defaulted from his second-round match at the Italian Open in Rome after hurling a chair onto the court in rage. Kyrgios was in the third and deciding set against Casper Ruud when he became rattled by

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Rising Norwegian star Casper Ruud isn't backing down from his thoughts on Australian Nick Kyrgios after their heated meeting at the Rome Masters in May.

Kyrgios was defaulted during the second round clash after smashing a racquet, kicking a water bottle and throwing a chair.

Kyrgios was up 2-1 in the deciding third set of the match and was later fined and forfeited 45 ATP points.

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NICK KYRGIOS has been disqualified from the Italian Open after throwing a chair on to court in an incredible The Australian had fought back to level the match against Casper Ruud at one set all and was But down break point, Kyrgios framed a forehand wide to hand the break straight back to Ruud .

Controversial tennis ace Nick Kyrgios is once again in the headlines after the Australian was disqualified from the Italian Open on Thursday for Kyrgios was losing the final set, with the scores tied at one set a piece. His antics on the court in recent months have generated huge fan interest in

At the time, Ruud said he wanted Kyrgios suspended for his antics.

“I’m not the only one who thinks he should be suspended for at least half a year," he said.

The 20-year-old Ruud celebrated when Kyrgios stormed off court, with the Aussie later weighing in on Twitter.

Ruud, who has qualified for the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan, hasn't softened his views towards Kyrigos.

"I saw that he wrote a little about (my celebration)," Ruud told tennis writer Alex Theodoridis of Tennisportalen.

"Okay, he was disqualified but if we look at the head to head between me and Kyrgios, then it stands 1-0 to me.

"Does that mean I've won against him? It still stands 1-0 to me."

In a subsequent tweet he later deleted, Kyrgios said Ruud isn't entertaining.

Ranked 61st in the world, Ruud went even harder, calling Kyrgios "an idiot."

"don't know, he was completely crazy when I met him," he told Theodoridis.

"It was nice to win. Whether I celebrated after the game or not? I do not care.

"I was happy and got 90 points and $ 50,000 in prize money so why wouldn't I celebrate?

"It's his problem that he's an idiot on the court."

Kyrgios skipped most of the Asian swing of the ATP Tour and the Paris Masters to rehab a collarbone injury.

The firebrand Aussie star has been selected in Lleyton Hewitt's team for the Davis Cup finals in Spain next month.

In the same interview with Tennisportalen, Ruud highlighted some other young guns who could potentially take over the mantle from Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.

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For Nick Kyrgios , he appeared to be enjoying the chaos, charming the spirited spectators after working his way back into his second-round encounter with The chair umpire issued a game penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct, and Kyrgios soon unraveled. The Australian first slammed down his

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He mentioned rising Australian Alex de Minaur, but questioned whether Stefanos Tsitsipas is as good as he's made out to be.

"Tsitsipas is good, I've grown up with him but I think people might think he's better than he really is," he said.

"Sure, he's the top 10 in the world, and I'm not going to sit here and say he's not good, but he has some weaknesses in his game.

"He may have 'shocked' at Wimbledon and the US Open with losses directly in the first round.

"He is good, but of course it is possible to beat him.

"Same with Felix Auger-Aliassime. He has an extremely high maximum level but a lower low level.

"De Minaur is so incredibly fast, good forehand, good backhand. A nice player."

De Minaur will line up alongside Kyrgios, John Millman and doubles specialist John Peers at the Davis Cup finals.

Nick Kyrgios's return from Davis Cup exile could see him become an unlikely Australian hero .
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