“Bold of you to talk about showing respect,” Fans take a jibe at Nick Kyrgios as he defends Daniil Medvedev after heckling in Montreal

Nick Kyrgios took to Twitter to defend Daniil Medvedev after a video surfaced where a fan was seen calling him a loser after his loss at the Canadian Open

Nick Kyrgios defends Daniil Medvedev
Nick Kyrgios defends Daniil Medvedev
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Nick Kyrgios, the 27-year-old Australian has enjoyed a pretty successful season so far, reaching the maiden major final of his career at this year’s Wimbledon where he lost to 35-year-old Novak Djokovic who lifted the 21st Grand Slam title of his career. Kyrgios continued his hot run of form at the Citi Open which he won recently.

Kyrgios is more popular among the media and the public due to his antics on and off the court and not just for his excellent playing ability, being ranked world number 28, there is no doubt that Kyrgios is one of the best players in the world currently. He recently overcame Sebastian Baez and world number 1 Daniil Medvedev at the Canadian Open.

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Nick Kyrgios’ plan to defend Daniil Medvedev backfires as fans turn on him

Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios

Wimbledon finalist Nick Kyrgios took to Twitter to express his disappointment over a video where a fan was seen calling Daniil Medvedev ‘loser’ after the world number 1 was unable to defend his title at the Canadian Open, Medvedev was in red hot form coming from a title win at the Los Cabos Open recently and continued his form at the Canadian Open as well.

The dream of defending the title was cut short by none other than Nick Kyrgios who defeated the Russian in three sets in the round of 32 fixture of the tournament. After the match, a video surfaced where Medvedev was walking out of the stadium and fans called him a loser which caused the Russian professional to lose his cool at the disrespectful act.

Kyrgios took to Twitter to come in defense of Medvedev, he made a tweet saying, “Disgusting behavior. This is the best we have in the sport, fans need to show some respect.

Kyrgios’ plan to defend the Russian quickly backfired as fans started targeting him over doing the same thing to other players and how he should look towards himself before making a comment.


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