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Bernard Tomic wrote to Nick Kyrgios
In recent years, the relationship between Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic has deteriorated and experienced more downs than ups.
The two Australian tennis players have in fact given rise to a fair number of social disputes using rather heavy terms and words: “Obviously Nick is a good player, probably in the top 6 or 7 big servers in the world, but I have to remember that I beat him 6-3;6-4 in Kooyong.
In the end I often train with him, he serves well, but I know his answer and it doesn’t bother me. His style in general doesn’t really bother me. Who is the best among us in our prime? Well, still me.” The statements made by Tomic last May did not leave Kyrgios indifferent.
The Canberra native’s response was tough: “Who is stronger between Me and Tomic? Me. I have more titles. Also, unlike Tomic, I beat Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Do you think you are stronger than me? I think it’s a bit of a stretch.
I made more money, got more wins. It’s time for Bernard to calm down. He’s not even playing at a high level anymore.” Both seem to have laid down their weapons after the operation Kyrgios underwent. The Australian underwent surgery on a lateral meniscus tear.
Tomic, despite strained relations, sent a message of support to his rival. “Despite our differences we are old friends. I wish Kyrgios a speedy recovery. Hope to see him back on the pitch soon,” Tomic wrote on Instagram. Kyrgios immediately published his colleague’s story thanking him.
Kyrgios was forced to miss the Australian Open due to a knee problem.