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GIF: Wimbledon Bad Boy Nick Kyrgios Show How Smashing One Racket Just Isn't Enough

GIF: Wimbledon Bad Boy Nick Kyrgios Show How Smashing One Racket Just Isn't Enough
By Conor O'Leary
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Nick Kyrgios is one of the up and coming tennis stars. The 20-year-old Australian gained a bad reputation for his behaviour at Wimbledon this year, after some tense press conferences, foul language towards the umpires, and being accused of purposedly tanking during his loss to Richard Gasquet.

Kyrgios returned to tennis today, playing for his native Australia in the Davis Cup. Krygios received the most flak during Wimbledon from his home country - and he clearly wasn't pleased with representing them.

During his loss to Kazakhtan's 115th ranked Aleksandr Nedovyseov, a visibly frustrated seventh ranked Kyrgios let out a big cry of "I don't want to be here", after losing the third set to go 2-1 down.

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Things didn't get any better for the Aussie who decided to break not one, but two rackets in frustration at the same time.

Because sometimes smashing one racket isn't enough.

Speaking to the media afterwards, Krygios spoke of his frustration:

I didn’t think I was having that much fun out there to be honest. I was struggling to find myself in the match. I couldn’t get my feet set on any ball.

I don’t think I really found that balance of enjoying myself and playing some good tennis.

[The Guardian]

See Also: Video: Aussie Olympic Champions Launches Racist Attack On Nick Kyrgios
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