1. Nick Kyrgios disqualified as he throws CHAIR across court in HUGE outburst at Italian Open  Express
  2. Nick Kyrgios Smashes Racquet, Throws Chair Before Storming Off Court - Watch  NDTV Sports
  3. Rome Masters: How many lines does Nick Kyrgios has to cross before we say ‘enough is enough’?  Firstpost
  4. Novak Djokovic WILL catch Roger Federer record but won’t be the GOAT - Nick Kyrgios  Express
  5. Watch: Nick Kyrgios throws chair onto court, gets thrown out of Italian Open  The Indian Express
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NICK KYRGIOS has been disqualified from the Italian Open after throwing a chair on to court in an incredible outburst.NICK KYRGIOS has been disqualified from the Italian Open after throwing a chair on to court in an incredible outburst.

Nick Kyrgios picks up CHAIR, throws it on court, gets DISQUALIFIED in Italian Open chaos | Tennis | Sport | Express.co.uk

Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios defaulted from the Italian Open on Thursday following an incident that saw him throw a chair in anger.Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios defaulted from the Italian Open on Thursday following an incident that saw him throw a chair in anger.

Watch: Nick Kyrgios goes full Bobby Knight with chair-chucking tantrum - Sportsnet.ca

Kyrgios embarrassed himself and the tour with his behavior.Kyrgios embarrassed himself and the tour with his behavior.

Nick Kyrgios has meltdown, booted from Italian Open

Kyrgios is getting progressively worse with his tantrums, and there’s no guarantee that he will continue to remain harmless if left uncheckedKyrgios is getting progressively worse with his tantrums, and there’s no guarantee that he will continue to remain harmless if left unchecked

Rome Masters: How many lines does Nick Kyrgios have to cross before we say ‘enough is enough’? - Firstpost

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“Crazy scenes in Rome. Nick Kyrgios channels his inner Bobby Knight, throws chair, is disqualified. #ibi2019 https://t.co/te5Kkz6e8v”

Tennis Channel on Twitter: "Crazy scenes in Rome. Nick Kyrgios channels his inner Bobby Knight, throws chair, is disqualified. #ibi2019… "

Nick Kyrgios has quite the talent for pointing out flaws, both in others and himself.Nick Kyrgios has quite the talent for pointing out flaws, both in others and himself.

Nick Kyrgios anger problem, Italian Open, ATP Rome, reaction | Fox Sports

Nick Kyrgios is set to be fined after his latest tennis court spat at the Italian Open.Nick Kyrgios is set to be fined after his latest tennis court spat at the Italian Open.

Nick Kyrgios disqualified after throwing chair in heated tennis tantrum | Starts at 60

Tennis: Kyrgios got disqualified from his Rome clash against Casper Ruud. Tennis: Kyrgios got disqualified from his Rome clash against Casper Ruud.

Nick Kyrgios fined €20,000 for unsportsmanlike actions at Rome Masters

Kyrgios slammed his racket into the ground, kick a water bottle before he tossed a chair towards the centre of the courtKyrgios slammed his racket into the ground, kick a water bottle before he tossed a chair towards the centre of the court

Australia’s Nick Kyrgios expelled as big three reach last eight in Rome - The Globe and Mail

Nick Kyrgios was defaulted from his second-round Italian Open clash against Norway's Casper Ruud on Thursday after the hot-headed Australian hurled a chair onto the court.Nick Kyrgios was defaulted from his second-round Italian Open clash against Norway's Casper Ruud on Thursday after the hot-headed Australian hurled a chair onto the court.

Kyrgios disqualified after throwing chair on court

Trending News & Rumors for Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Soccer & MoreNick Kyrgios is arguably the most polarizing figure in tennis, constantly making headlines with his on-court antics and causing controversy whenever he speaks his mind. The Aussie continued his ways during an appearance on Ben Rothenberg's "No Challenges Remaining" podcast on Wednesday, when he ranted about several of his fellow tennis stars.When asked about Rafael Nadal, Kyrgios suggested the Spaniard is unable to accept defeat and that he behaves differently depending on the result of their matchups."He's my polar opposite, like literally my polar opposite," Kyrgios said of Nadal. "And he's super salty."Every time I've beaten him ... when he wins, it's fine. He won't say anything bad, he'll credit the opponent, 'He was a great player.' But as soon as I beat him, it's just like, 'He has no respect for me, my fans and no respect to the game.' And I'm like, 'What are you talking about? I literally played this way when I beat you the other previous times and nothing changed.'"While discussing No. 1-ranked Novak Djokovic, Kyrgios said the Serbian will do anything to be appreciated."I just feel like he has a sick obsession with wanting to be liked," Kyrgios said. "He just wants to be like Roger (Federer). For me personally. I feel like he just wants to be liked so much that I just can't stand him."This whole celebration thing that he does after matches, it's like so cringeworthy. It's very cringeworthy."Kyrgios was also vocal about Fernando Verdasco, with whom he had a Twitter spat during the 2018 Miami Open."Verdasco drives me nuts, man. That guy ... I don't even want to talk about it," Kyrgios said. "It gets me so vexed, I'm like angry now that I just hear that name. He's the most arrogant person ever."Kyrgios managed to stir up more media attention on Thursday by throwing a chair onto the court during his second-round Italian Open match against Casper Ruud. He was disqualified shortly after being deducted a game in the third set, allowing Ruud to advance in the tournament.

TENNIS star Nick Kyrgios has been kicked out of the Italian Open after throwing a chair onto the court. TENNIS star Nick Kyrgios has been kicked out of the Italian Open...

Nick Kyrgios hurls chair onto court in mid-match Italian Open rage - Daily Star

Nick Kyrgios was defaulted from his second round Italian Open clash against Norway’s Casper Ruud on Thursday after the hot-headed Australian hurled a chair on to the court. World number 36 Kyrgios was given a code violation for ‘unsportsmanlike conduct’ after being broken early in the third set. Having already been handed a code violation […]

Kyrgios thrown out of Italian Open after on-court outburst - Cyprus Mail

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Nick Kyrgios stormed off Court 3 at the Italian Open in a huff on Thursday after smashing his racket, kicking the dust, and throwing a chair.Nick Kyrgios stormed off Court 3 at the Italian Open in a huff on Thursday after smashing his racket, kicking the dust, and throwing a chair.

Nick Kyrgios out of Italian Open after throwing chair onto court - Business Insider

It’s quarter-final day at the Rome Masters on Friday, and returning with his thoughts on the matches, is our tennis columnist, Dan Weston…It's quarter-final day at the Rome Masters on Friday, and returning with his thoughts on the matches, is our tennis columnist, Dan Weston...

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Nick Kyrgios was fined a total of about £50,000 last night after causing yet more controversy at the Italian Open in Rome. The fiery Australian was defaulted from his second-round match after a spectacular meltdown in which he swore at a spectator and threw a chair on to the court.One day after spNick Kyrgios was fined a total of about £50,000 last night after causing yet more controversy at the Italian Open in Rome. The fiery Australian was defaulted from his second-round match after a...

Nick Kyrgios throws chair on court and storms off having earlier criticised Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal | Sport | The Times

Nick Kyrgios found himself in more trouble after storming off-court against Casper Ruud in Rome, collecting a hefty fine as a result.Nick Kyrgios found himself in more trouble after storming off-court against Casper Ruud in Rome, collecting a hefty fine as a result.

Nick Kyrgios Loses Over $65,000 for Actions in Rome