Nick Kyrgios forced to say sorry

Nick Kyrgios has apologised after abusing his own camp during his win over Feliciano Lopez at Wimbledon.

He shouted at his father and agent after deciding they weren’t offering him enough support from their courtside box, labelling them “retarded”.

His comment caused social media to light up, with critics quick to respond just days after Bernard Tomic raised more than a few eyebrows at a post match press conference.


The Gold Coaster saying he felt like a “retard” while waiting on court for opponent Spain’s Fernando Verdasco to arrive.  He later apologised and will face Lucas Pouille in the fourth round.

Back to Kyrgios, and he also received a code violation for belting a ball in frustration after dropping serve in the sixth game of the second set.

As well, in the first set, he was seen by medics for a nose bleed.

Next the controversial Australian will take on Andy Murray.