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24 May 2019 14:55
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Tennis

    Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios has overhead smashed two of the greatest to take the court

    Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios has overhead smashed two of the greatest to take the court

    In a podcast interview with the New York Times, he's lulled Novak Djokovic into a false sense of security with a few compliments... before drilling him with this forehand winner.

    Rafael Nadal, like, wasn't spared, being labelled "super salty".

    Kyrgios has finished with a drop shot on Fernando Verdasco, describing him as quote, "the most arrogant person ever".

    To add to the drama on-court, Kyrgios has been thrown out of the Italian Open for hurling a chair onto court.

    Roger Federer's beaten Borna Coric in a third set tie-breaker 9-7.


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