Stefanos Tsitsipas named Nick Kyrgios as a "harasser" after he was beaten by the Australian in an unstable
"carnival" of a third-round match at Wimbledon on Saturday.
Kyrgios won 6-7 (2), 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (7) to
arrive at the fourth round at the All England Club interestingly starting around 2016, yet not without three
code infringement being given during the match - - one on Kyrgios for a discernible profanity and two on Tsitsipas
for ball misuse, procuring a point punishment.
After the match, the fourth-cultivated
Tsitsipas said Kyrgios has "a shrewd side" and probably been "a harasser at school" for the manner in which he
acted all through the match."It's steady tormenting; that is the very thing that he does," Tsitsipas said.
"He menaces the rivals. He was presumably a domineering jerk at school himself. I could do without menaces.
I could do without individuals that put others down."He has a few decent qualities in his personality too,yet.
he likewise has an exceptionally underhanded side to him, which on the off chance that it's uncovered,
it can truly cause a ton of damage and terrible to individuals around him."