Embrace the different energy of losing

You’ve got, like, you know, the most entertaining player playing in his home slam on Rod Laver, you’d expect the crowd to be like that. I can understand it’s a gentleman’s game, but it’s about time that people embraced some sort of different energy in this sport, otherwise it will die out.”

– Choker Nick Kyrgios couldn’t beat Daniil Medvedev even with the crowd cheating on his behalf

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4 Responses to Embrace the different energy of losing

  1. Petros says:

    Bogans gonna boge.

  2. Entropy says:

    Kyrgios just has no class. And not in a small way.

  3. C.L. says:

    Another K-Mart Muhammed Ali.

  4. Old School Conservative says:

    I thought the umpire went MIA and was intimidated by the pro-Kyrgios crowd.
    That’s not a good look, and it continued into the doubles match that Kyrgios played (and won).

    If abuse, booing, and mid-rally cat calls are going to be allowed in Oz when Kyrgios plays, then all traditional protocols should be thrown out in all Open championship games. Imagine the Flushing Meadows crowd absolutely giving it to Kyrgios on every ball toss, mistake, and change of ends.

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