“The Athletes I Have to Deal With”- Nick Kyrgios Continues to Taunt Borna Coric

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The drama between Nick Kyrgios and Borna Coric still hasn’t come to an end. Since the Adria Tour debacle happened, Kyrgios has been criticizing the participants of the Tour. Coric, from his side, seems to have had enough of the criticism

Yesterday, on Twitter, there was a tweet regarding the “drama” surrounding the ATP tour. Andrew Bogut, an Australian basketball player responded to the tweet and said that Nick Kyrgios was the best. He later got a cheeky reply from the tennis player that said, “The athletes I have to deal with bro”.

Both the Australians have subtly taken a dig at Coric with this exchange. Bogut further replied to Nick’s tweet saying that these kinds of athletes are everywhere, and talking about them would take a long time.

“They exist everywhere. We could share stories and be done sometime in 2022!” Bogut tweeted.

The controversy between Nick Kyrgios and Borna Coric

The war of words between Kyrgios and Coric was further fuelled by Borna replying to Kyrgios’ comments. Clearly, the Croatian wasn’t happy with Kyrgios preaching about behavior. This came in the wake of Nick criticizing the behavior and maturity of the players involved in the Adria Tour.

“Really @NickKyrgios??? You’re preaching about behavior?? Bored much or too much (emojis of wine glasses)?” Coric tweeted.

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Kyrgios came up with a two-pronged reply to this, calling Coric immature and the Croatian’s tennis boring.

“Again. Joking about a global pandemic. Shows your maturity level champion. Gonna be good to see you next, see if that peanut of a brain has grown.” Kyrgios tweeted.

“But yes, a tad bored watching your boring ass tennis and personality bringing zero to the sport,” Kyrgios tweeted further.

The tennis world is currently gearing up for the resumption of the season. The ATP tour starts with the Cincinnati Masters followed by the US Open and will be subsequently followed by the clay-court tournament. Ending this array of tournaments is the French Open. It seems likely that Nick Kyrgios won’t be part of any of the tournaments in the US.

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Source: Twitter

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