Beaten this Saturday by Andy Murray in the semi-final of Stuttgart, Nick Kyrgios accused a spectator of having used racist remarks against him during the match.
The day after his great success against Stefanos Tsistipas, who was seeded number 1 in the tournament, Andy Murray followed up Saturday with a solid win over Nick Kyrgios, as part of the semi-finals of the Stuttgart tournament (7-6, 6-2). If he does not dispute his defeat, the whimsical Australian this time took the floor on social networks to complain about the behavior of one of the spectators present in the stands. With an accusation of racism to the key.
« When will this stop?“, he questioned himself publicly. ” Having to do with the racist words spoken by the public. I can understand that my behavior is not the best ever, but ‘little black sheep’, ‘shut up and play’, these kind of small comments are not acceptable. Me when I attack the public, I am penalized. It really is a mess. »
Penalized during the game
During the match, the player had notably received a warning, a penalty point and a penalty game. His annoyance had been palpable at the start of the second round. Part of the explanation for all of this may have to do with his revelations.