Why is Kyrgios mad?

sp1derman

Semi-Pro
I just watched the match Kyrgios v Ruud. I wasnt able to hear any commentating on it and couldn't quite hear what he was complaining about in the 3rd set...What was it? Also, I heard the game penalty and then he seemed to quit. Was there more than a game penalty?
 

sp1derman

Semi-Pro
Thread title is not supposed to be a rhetorical question....Only his therapist knows the real reasons...but why was he mad in today's match?!
 

sp1derman

Semi-Pro
Incase you didn't watch it was pretty entertaining even when he threw the chair and kicked water bottles!
 

Towser83

G.O.A.T.
I didnt see whether he quit or got defaulted but the commentary team said it looked like he'd been defaulted
 

sp1derman

Semi-Pro
He was defaulted but was also complaining about something and pointing to stands
I was wondering if anyone heard what his complaint(s) were.
 

Harry_Wild

Legend
Kygrios doing his out of control act......again! Nick said “He is f**king done” at around the 25-35 second mark. Before that referee defaulted Kyrgios around the 19 second mark!

Nick is practicing some of John McEnroe iconic throws too! Doing a wonderful job too!
 
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Harry_Wild

Legend
Kygrios doing his audition for the WWE scene test! Vince McMahon loves it and he is “in”the line up when he finish with the tennis pro tour!
 
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TheIntrovert

Hall of Fame
I just watched the match Kyrgios v Ruud. I wasnt able to hear any commentating on it and couldn't quite hear what he was complaining about in the 3rd set...What was it? Also, I heard the game penalty and then he seemed to quit. Was there more than a game penalty?
There was movement in the crowd when he was serving. He got mad and swore at the person moving. Received game penalty. Got mad because he received the game penalty. Threw the chair and walked off. Ruud wins be default
 

Candide

Hall of Fame
Here's the simple truth about parent teacher interviews at school. (I've done thousands of them as a teacher). Over 90% of the time when parents say, "I just can't understand why Jimmy's so anxious and negative about everything," I just want to hold up a hand mirror in front of their anxious gloomy faces. Positive parents = positive kids, polite parents = polite kids, angry entitled parents = angry entitled kids. Nick is an overindulged brat whose parents have convinced him that he is a different order of human being from those around him. This is a pretty common parenting style in Australia these days and it is amplified by expensive private schools (guess which type of school Nicky went to) which are essentially paid to flatter these kids further and confirm parents' irrational estimation of their children. I'm not much of a bible-thumper but it sure does have some cracking one liners;

"As you sow, so shall you reap."

 
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Here's the simple truth about parent teacher interviews at school. (I've done thousands of them as a teacher). Over 90% of the time when parents say, "I just can't understand why Jimmy's so anxious and negative about everything," I just want to hold up a hand mirror in front of their anxious gloomy faces. Positive parents = positive kids, polite parents = polite kids, angry entitled parents = angry entitled kids. Nick is an overindulged brat whose parents have convinced him that he is a different order of human being from those around him. This is a pretty common parenting style in Australia these days and it is amplified by expensive private schools (guess which type of school Nicky went to) which are essentially paid to flatter these kids further and confirm parents irrational estimation of their children. I'm not much of a bible-thumper but it sure does have some cracking one liners;

"As you sow so shall you reap."

What a complete an utter genralsation and rubbish post
 
Here's the simple truth about parent teacher interviews at school. (I've done thousands of them as a teacher). Over 90% of the time when parents say, "I just can't understand why Jimmy's so anxious and negative about everything," I just want to hold up a hand mirror in front of their anxious gloomy faces. Positive parents = positive kids, polite parents = polite kids, angry entitled parents = angry entitled kids. Nick is an overindulged brat whose parents have convinced him that he is a different order of human being from those around him. This is a pretty common parenting style in Australia these days and it is amplified by expensive private schools (guess which type of school Nicky went to) which are essentially paid to flatter these kids further and confirm parents irrational estimation of their children. I'm not much of a bible-thumper but it sure does have some cracking one liners;

"As you sow so shall you reap."

What a well thought out insightful post
 

Zardoz7/12

Professional
He was bullied in regards of his weight when he was a kid which does leave emotional scars, I don't know his parentage whether they're still together or not, if they were away from home when he was growing or not, being a kid whilst your parents are going through a divorce isn't great and fudges you up when you're in the flush of youth. I know he got bullied but I don't know his family background and if they're together ect, I know his sister is a Model.

See I believe that Nick is a good guy but I believe he has to play the bad guy for some reason but this is real life not some movie and he got fined 20 thousand dollars for his antics.
 

Candide

Hall of Fame
He was bullied in regards of his weight when he was a kid which does leave emotional scars, I don't know his parentage whether they're still together or not, if they were away from home when he was growing or not, being a kid whilst your parents are going through a divorce isn't great and fudges you up when you're in the flush of youth. I know he got bullied but I don't know his family background and if they're together ect, I know his sister is a Model.

See I believe that Nick is a good guy but I believe he has to play the bad guy for some reason but this is real life not some movie and he got fined 20 thousand dollars for his antics.
That is a tragic tale indeed. Fat teased, you say? That is truly, truly horrible and unprecedented. He has nothing but my sympathy from now on.

 

AM75

Professional
I just watched the match Kyrgios v Ruud. I wasnt able to hear any commentating on it and couldn't quite hear what he was complaining about in the 3rd set...What was it? Also, I heard the game penalty and then he seemed to quit. Was there more than a game penalty?
He was unhappy with people moving and walking in stands during points.
 

Purplemonster

Hall of Fame
Nick doesn't know how to control his emotions. This has a lot to do with the type of parental discipline he was administered as a child. He obviously was not taught the simple trait of having respect for others.
Couldn’t agree more. Add to that his ******** older brother and the picture is complete.
 
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