Nick Kyrgios fined for acting like a Canberra boy at Wimbledon

The 21-year-old shouldn't have to apologise for being a capital city sicko.

Nick Kyrgios fined for acting like a Canberra boy at Wimbledon

30 June, 2016. 12:32

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact

YOU’RE NOT FROM CANBERRA UNLESS you’ve headbutted an ADFA warrior during a big Mooseheads session or received some sort of ban from Workies.

Or you’ve told some wok-eyed ATP tennis umpire to go and get fucked.

The 21-year-old was been fined $3,380 for unsportsmanlike conduct in his opening Wimbledon match for calling out Swedish umpire Mohamed Lahyani for singling him out. Kyrgios’ actions were defended by other colourful tennis personalities, with John McEnroe agreeing that Lahyani was “being a bit of a dog cunt” during the match.

Kyrgios’ actions were defended by other colourful tennis personalities, with John McEnroe agreeing that Lahyani was “being a bit of a dog cunt” during the match.

Although he went on to win the four-set epic match against Czech pensioner Radek Stepanek, he received the equal-heaviest fine in Wimbledon history.

“Look, don’t get me started on the cunt, you’ll all be here until the sun comes up,” said Krygios at the post-match press conference.

“We’ve got history, me and Lahyani. Tell you what, I wouldn’t be throwing my racquet at the ground if we were back in Lyneham. You’d need twenty ball boys just to keep me back,”

“But who gives a shit? I’m looking forward to getting jiggy with Dustin Brown tomorrow, listen brah, it’ll be fucken epic.”

 

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