Nick Kyrgios mocks Bernard Tomic after his ITF title



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Nick Kyrgios mocks Bernard Tomic after his ITF title

Continue the fight between Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic. Over the years, the two Australians have been seen over and over again sending digs and, in some cases, direct mentions on social media by tennis fans, who occasionally witness these bickering.

The latest in chronological order dates back to when Kyrgios saw fit to make fun of Tomic's skills again after the latter's victory of the ITF Futures tournament in Cancun, Mexico. Having read the news of the triumph of the native of Stuttgart, Nick commented with an incredible load of irony, complete with a smiley face: yet another act of mockery by Kyrgios towards Tomic.

Kyrgios: "Performance against Tomic? I don't waste time"

Nick Kyrgios, a cross and delight of world tennis, is known for being one of the most distinctive athletes on the circuit. Nick does discuss not only for his behavior on the pitch but above all for what happens to him off the pitch.

In the last phase of his career, Kyrgios seemed to have put aside his extra tennis issues, but in the last few hours the Australian player stumbled again. In the past Nick Kyrgios has been the protagonist of quite heated social clashes with compatriot Bernard Tomic.

The latter has repeatedly challenged Kyrgios on the pitch (and off) and the relations between the two are anything but idyllic. The athlete fell again just recently by answering questions from followers and thus provoking Tomic through his Instagram profile.

A fan asked Nick if there will be a performance with Tomic in the future and the tennis player responded quite harshly: "I don't think I want to make him famous again, I can't waste my time playing with the number 800 in the world.

Despite this, I still wish him all the best in life." Kyrgios thus once again took the opportunity to make fun of his compatriot on social media. Kyrgios who, on a personal level, lives one of the most important moments in his career.

Nick reached the Wimbledon final in 2022 and achieved several good results. The 27-year-old from Canberra has become number 20 in the ATP ranking, thus returning to the upper floors of the ranking.