WTA Player Trolls Nick Kyrgios- Calls Him ‘Satan’

By 7 months ago

World Number 79, Anna Kalinskaya asked the tennis brat, Nick Kyrgios to leave her Instagram account. She addressed him, “satan leave my Instagram.”

On Sunday, Nick Kyrgios posted a picture on Instagram where he was standing beside a woman named, Krystyana Haridemos. She was wearing ripped jeans. To that, Kalinskaya commented, “buy new jeans for your girl.”

The next day, Kalinskaya uploaded a picture of hers, and Kyrgios had to backfire. He commented, “didn’t you screenshot a picture on my insta and send it to me this? See ya x.” Later, she replied, “satan leave my Instagram.”

When the volatile tennis player, Nick Kyrgios was slapped with a hefty fine of $113k at Cincinnati Open 2019, there were rumors that Anna Kalinskaya was dating Nick Kyrgios. The Australian appeared in Kalinskaya’s box during the Citi Open 2019 in Washington.

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During the US Open 2019, Kalinskaya complimented one of the pictures of Nick from the Open. She stated, ‘Nick looked amazing.’ Also, Nick Kyrgios upload a story on Instagram account celebrating Anna’s win over the former US Open champion, Sloane Stephens in the opening round of the US Open 2019.

According to the reports, both of them were hanging around New York City during the Flushing Meadows major. Post US Open, Kyrgios flew off to Geneva for Laver Cup 2019. Over there while he was playing against Roger Federer he was distracted due to a woman sitting in the audience.

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In the last quarter of the tennis season, Kyrgios was sidelined from the circuit due to shoulder and collarbone injury and consequently he called off the Asian Swing. However, he showed up at the Davis Cup Finals 2019 and played a couple of matches for his nation, Australia. Later he opted to stay out of playing tennis since his injury was persisting.

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