Sport Kyrgios claps back at social media troll

09:30  13 april  2018
09:30  13 april  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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Nick Kyrgios in action in Houston.© George Walker/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Nick Kyrgios in action in Houston. If there’s one thing we know about Nick Kyrgios, it’s that he’ll never back down from a blue, especially on social media.

The 22-year-old won his second-round match at US men’s claycourt championship in Houston but the Aussie was involved in another battle off the court.

The 24th ranked player in the world has been going back and forth with a social media pest over the past couple of weeks, with the troll calling Kyrgios’ skills into question.

Twitter user Sen Chao has been badgering the tennis player endlessly and challenged him to a one-set singles match while calling him a “bum”.

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Kyrgios responded with a Tweet, basically telling Chao to stop embarrassing himself but the pest kept going.

Chao sent through a screenshot of an article where Kyrgios was quoted saying he wasn’t a fan of playing on clay because he didn’t like his clothes getting dirty.

Along with the article, Chao tweeted, “I don’t care how dirty my clothes are, I just play the game the right way...”

Kyrgios hit back with a low blow, tweeting, “Looks like you stop when there is food around though bro?”

Then Kyrgios landed the knockout blow by posting a clip of the Twitter user playing tennis and it wasn’t a pretty sight.

Kyrgios is gunning for his first career clay court tournament in Houston and is competing in the event for the first time.

It has been a rough season for the Australian so far, with injuries hampering his progress at several tournaments.

Problems with his back and elbow have seen the star pull out of tournaments in Rotterdam, Indian Wells, Delray Beach and Acapulco.

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