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Nick Kyrgios

"I don’t like him at all, so it’s fun."
The Australian Open favourite said the potential scenario would be a "crazy experience".
The Serbian tennis player has hit back after the Aussie labelled him a "tool" last month.
The Australian tennis star said other players complaining about Australia's hotel quarantine are ‘ridiculous’.
The Australian tennis player, who's promised to donate $200 per ace, served 14 aces and defeated Lorenzo Sonego in his first round match.
The key to Kyrgios is to make him feel part of something bigger.
But cameras caught him threatening to quit in protest against the umpire.
There's a loyal, loveable rogue inside that angry exterior shell.
"I'm not dedicated to the game at all," Kyrgios said after Open loss.