“He is constantly intimidating others, that’s what he does,” said the Greek, number 5 in the world, at a press conference.
“He intimidates his rivals. He was probably a bully himself at school. I don’t like bullies,” Tsitsipas added.
“It also has a good part. But… there is also an evil part in him, which if expressed, can really do a lot of harm to the people around him”, estimated the Greek.
For his part, Kyrgios (40th ATP) said he understands Tsitsipas’s frustration after he beat him twice in recent weeks, recalling his June Halle Open victory against him.
“Perhaps he should first find a way to beat me before taking care of something else,” said the oceanic irony, who will face Brandon Nakashima of the United States in the fourth round.
Kyrgios called for Tsitsipas to be disqualified for throwing a ball into the crowd.
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