Nick Kyrgios throws chair on court before walking off

Nick Kyrgios throws chair on court before walking off

He also called Fernando Verdasco the "most arrogant person ever" who "thinks he's God's gift".

World number 36 Kyrgios labelled the French Open champion "super salty" - slang for someone who is aggressive or ill-humoured - and only gracious after victory.

During his press conference after winning two matches in Rome, Federer was asked if Kyrgios should be temporarily barred from competing for his latest controversy.

"I just feel like he has a sick obsession with wanting to be liked. This whole celebration thing is so cringeworthy, it's very cringeworthy". "No matter how many Grand Slams he wins, he will never be the greatest to me", he added.

"I am giving 100 per cent to deal with f****** idiots like him, I'm done".

"Because if you look at my day-to-day routine and how much I train and how much I put in, it's zero compared to him".

"For me, Federer will always be the greatest of all time, hands down". He always says what he thinks he needs to say rather than his actual opinion.

"Guys like that, they drive me insane".

"Simply because, I've played him twice and like, I'm sorry, but if you can't beat me, you're not the greatest of all time. That will be hilarious, right".

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"He's my polar opposite, like literally my polar opposite".

Kyrgios used a podcast at the Rome Masters as the platform to reveal his disdain for Novak Djokovic's "cringeworthy" post-match celebrations and Rafael Nadal's "super salty" double standards. Kyrgios said of Nadal.

Safe to say Kyrgios isn't making too many new friends this week.

Footage from a video recorded by a fan shows Kyrgios say: "I don't want to play when this s*** is going on". And then Uncle Toni (Nadal) came out saying, "He lacks education". I'm like, "Bra (brother), I did 12 years at school, you idiot".

"It was very tight and I got lucky again", a delighted Federer said in a courtside interview. We do things differently, why can't we just accept that.

But he had nicer things to say about Britain's Andy Murray, now out of the game following hip surgery. He said, "Djokovic just riles me the wrong way".

"I guess insane and Nick Kyrgios in the same sentence does actually make sense".

Nick Kyrgios of Australia serves against Daniil Medvedev of Russian Federation in their first round match during day three of the International BNL d'Italia at Foro Italico on May 14, 2019 in Rome, Italy. His movement and just his preparation, the way he reads the game is second to none. "He just wants to be like Roger", Kyrgios said. "He's so talented, for sure the best".

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