Greek Tennis Lessons: Kyrgios Can’t Carry Tsitsipas’ Gym Bag

FILE - Nick Kyrgios of Australia returns the ball to Daniil Medvedev of Russia at the Italian Open tennis tournament, in Rome, Tuesday, May, 14, 2019. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

The constant spectacle of Greek-Australian-Malay tennis once-shooting-but-now-sinking tennis star Nick Hilmy Kyrgios pouting, fuming, throwing chairs, tanking matches, screaming like a six-year-old denied candy, insulting opponents, lying down and giving up and not trying, and throwing chairs on the court shows what happens when world class talent meets classless behavior.

Kyrgios had already surpassed fellow Aussie Mark “Scud Missile” Philipoussis, son of a Greek father and Italian mother and who is a Catholic, as the best Greek-Australian tennis player and seemed …

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  1. He is a spoiled brat, not good enough to win, so he throws temper tantrums….Waste of media space, until he wins something big, ignore him…

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