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Nick Kyrgios said he faced racist abuse from the crowd during a semifinal loss to Andy Murray at the Stuttgart Open on Saturday.
Stuttgart Open: 'Not really a match', Andy Murray enters final after Nick Kyrgios' 'racism' meltdown
Kyrgios was penalised a point and then a game for unsportsmanlike conduct to trail 1-0 after losing the opening set in 65 minutes.
Bernard Tomic has challenged Nick Kyrgios to stump up a million dollars for a winner-takes-all grudge match, but his fellow Australian has refused.
Kyrgios lost his head in the Miami heat and spent his fourth-round match delivering a blistering verbal assault on "dreadful" Brazilian match umpire Carlos Bernardes before crashing out 7-6 (7/3), 6-3 to Italy's Jannik Sinner.
Miami Open: Badosa feeling right at home in win; Fruhvirtova youngest player in fourth round in 18 years
In whatever language, Badosa is through to the fourth round at the Miami Open after rolling past Yulia Putintseva 6-3, 6-2 on Sunday.
Miami Open 2022: Iga Swiatek beats Golubic to become new World No 1, Nick Kyrgios stuns Andrey Rublev
Iga Swiatek becomes the first Polish player to hold the distinction of being world No 1.
Watch: 'Do I tell him how to act?', Nick Kyrgios involves actor Ben Stiller in argument with noisy fan
Nicholas Kyrgios left the crowd amused with his response and even Stiller gave a smile to Kyrgios' response.
Indian Wells 2022: Nadal leaves Kyrgios fuming in hard-fought victory; Badosa sets up semi-final date with Sakkari
The unflappable Spaniard improved to 19-0 in 2022 and notched his sixth win in nine career meetings against the mercurial Aussie
Australian Open 2022: Ashleigh Barty, Rafael Nadal, Aussies provide happy ending after Novak Djokovic chaos
There were more beautiful stories from Melbourne Park that made Djokovic’s long drawn legal saga feel like a thing of the past.
After the chaos that preceded the tournament, Tennis Australia couldn't have dreamt of a happier ending — and it was one they desperately needed, after a competition riddled with unforced errors on the organisers' parts.
Australian bad boys Kyrgios and Kokkinakis won the men's doubles title on Saturday, beating compatriots Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell on Rod Laver Arena.
Kyrgios flipped a finger at one section of the crowd, petulantly threw a ball against a wall and smashed his racquet after he dropped his serve.
Australian Open 2022: Nick Kyrgios labelled ‘an absolute knob’ for antics in men’s doubles quarter-final
Kyrgios showboated and revved up the crowd as he and partner Thanasi Kokkinakis downed New Zealand's Michael Venus and Tim Putz of Germany 5-7, 6-3, 3-6 in the men's doubles quarter-final on Tuesday.
Reports said Pavic suggested post-match the crowd should "show some respect", echoing singles world number two Daniil Medvedev who blasted fans' "low IQ" after he beat Kyrgios on Thursday night.
Djokovic cannot lose his world number one status this fortnight, even if second-ranked Medvedev goes on to win the Australian Open.
Australian Open 2022: Medvedev slams 'low IQ' Melbourne crowd after getting booed in 2nd round meeting with Kyrgios
The Russian world number two took all that the mercurial Australian and the Melbourne spectators could throw at him to march into the third round.
Australian Open 2022: Medvedev tames Kyrgios; Muguruza, Raducanu among high-profile exits in 2nd round
Also out on a day of shocks was former world number one Andy Murray, losing to Japanese qualifier Taro Daniel in straight sets, as the Grand Slam roared into life on day four.
Australian Open 2022: Kyrgios defends on-court antics, says he put up a ‘good show’ after losing to Medvedev
The Australian showman thrilled his noisy home crowd with his full repertoire of outlandish skills and madcap antics as he took it to the Russian title favourite.
Australian Open 2022: Nick Kyrgios, Andy Murray irked by 'stupid' Cristiano Ronaldo boo-like chanting
Crowd favourite Murray, who came through an epic first-round five-setter against Nikoloz Basilashvili, said he couldn't figure out why people appeared to be jeering him at first.
Djokovic is currently embroiled in a final bid to avoid deportation over his anti-Covid-vaccine views, just a day before the Australian Open, where he would be aiming for a 10th title.