The feud between former Davis Cup team-mate Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic has resurfaced, with Tomic Kyrgios hitting back on his claim that he had a “dead break”.
In last week’s insulting tennis match, Kyrgios said that the fallen star’s tennis ability and money had both evaporated.
In response, Tomic challenged Kyrgios to a মিল 1 million win-all boxing fight, an invitation that the reigning Australian Open doubles champion declined.
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“He’s no longer relevant, he’s no longer good, and he’s obviously in financial trouble. For someone who actually tried to stand up for him before and actually tried to help him … my family helped him before. I paid for him.” I paid for the flight back from Shanghai because he didn’t have the money, “Kyrgios told the Sydney Morning Herald last week.
“It’s very disrespectful for him to come out and attack me, I think. I’m a man who actually tried to stand by his side and try to support him.
“First, I don’t know who will pay millions of dollars for him because he’s dead. Second, I have big fish to fry. I’m trying to get ready for Wimbledon and the US Open. But if that happens one day, I want to cut 95 percent because No one is looking for it anymore. “
On his Instagram story on Sunday night, Tomic posted a clip of his face on Will Smith’s body and a clip of Kyrgios’ face on Chris Rock’s body, a copy of the Hollywood couple’s infamous Oscar slap. A secondary slide included Smith’s words, “Put my name out of your mouth.”
Tomic then posted a screenshot of an article where Kyrgios called him a “dead break.”
“Seriously … WTF,” he wrote below.
In a separate post, the former Wimbledon quarterfinalist continues his feud.
“Why are you throwing cheap shots, boy Nicky,” he wrote.
“Yeah you helped me in Shanghai when we guys were playing doubles together. I lost my wallet, and I gave it back to you. Big deal (laughter emoji).
“The same thing happened to you in Atlanta. I paid your way when you lost your card, which, if I were as small as you, you would still hate me. But I’m not going to tell the papers that.”
“It’s all childish.
“My offer is still there, brother. Step up or shut up.”
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