Nick Kyrgios demands a fan at the Wimbledon final is ‘kicked out’ as ‘she’s had about 700 drinks’

‘She’s drunk out of her mind’: Nick Kyrgios FUMES at Wimbledon umpire and demands an intoxicated fan is thrown out of the front row during the final… as fiery Australian points her out as ‘the one who looks like she’s had 700 drinks bro’

Nick Kyrgios‘ first ever Grand Slam final was never going to pass by without an infamous outburst from the Australian. 

After taking the first set against Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon showpiece, Kyrgios dropped the second set and then let his anger get the better of him in the third. 

He was particularly furious with one fan on Centre Court, who he claimed was putting him off.  

‘She’s distracting me when I’m serving in a Wimbledon final,’ he fumed at the umpire about a fan. ‘There’s no other bigger occasion, you didn’t believe me and then she did it again. It nearly cost me the game. 

‘Why is she still here? She’s drunk out of her mind and speaking to me in the middle of a game. What’s acceptable? 

‘Kick her out. I know exactly which one it is. The one who looks like she’s had about 700 drinks bro.’

20 minutes earlier, Kyrgios launched into a furious argument with his team in his box after dropping the second set. 

Nick Kyrgios demanded a fan was kicked out of the Wimbledon final as she 'looks like she's had about 700 drinks'

Nick Kyrgios demanded a fan was kicked out of the Wimbledon final as she ‘looks like she’s had about 700 drinks’

The Australian was broken early in the set to allow Djokovic to get into a position where he could serve for the set at 5-3 up.

But Kyrgios raced into a 0-40 lead in his opponent’s service game, earning him three break points.

However he failed to make any of them count and also could not convert a break point at deuce as Djokovic fought back to take the game and the second set.

Kyrgios was seen shaking his head as he made his way to his chair for the break and in true and then began attacking his team. 

It wasn’t quite clear exactly what he was unhappy about, but he repeatedly shouted ‘it was 0-40’ and ‘is that a big enough moment?’. 

His girlfriend Costeen Hatzi – who Kyrgios calls his ‘biggest blessing’ – was seen desparately trying to calm him down as he raged from the court. 

Kyrgios has gained a reputation in the tennis world for his angry outbursts, with his third round match against Stefanos Tsitsipas this year proving particularly fiery. 

The Australian has actually appeared slightly calmer though as he has progressed through the tournament and reached his first ever Grand Slam final, but it appears that the pressure involved on Centre Court has seen him crack. 

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