Nick Kyrgios cannot hold quiet.
Two days after calling out former ladies’s world No.1 Angelique Kerber for what he noticed as a double normal, the Australian exited the Masters 1000 event in Miami after a run-in with the chair umpire.
On Wednesday morning (NZ time), Kyrgios and opponent Borna Coric acquired code violations for racquet abuse because the Croatian got here again from a set down to succeed in the quarterfinals with a Four-6 6-Three 6-2 victory.
Beforehand, Kyrgios took to his Twitter account to level out to Kerber that her congratulatory tweet to rising teen star Bianca Andreescu was at odds together with her rapid response following her defeat within the ladies’s event.
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The Canadian 18-year-old beat Kerber within the third spherical after calling on the coach thrice to work on a shoulder damage – which seemingly infuriated the German.
Kerber referred to as “the most important drama queen” throughout a raid post-match handshake. However on Twitter, she was … , congratulating the victor for “an excellent efficiency and a properly deserved win”.
Bruh you stated she is a drama queen after which submit this ????
— Nicholas Kyrgios (@NickKyrgios) March 24, 2019
Kyrgios, who had already hit the headlines in Miami for an underarm serve on set point, felt Kerber’s remark was a tad underhand.
“Bruh you stated she is a drama queen after which submit this,” he tweeted, accompanied by a gaggle of laughing emojis.