Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios turns 25 today
The ATP came up with a perfect birthday gift for Nick Krygios who turned 25 on Monday.
The men’s organisation conveyed their wishes to the tennis’ one of the most controversial personalities by posting a video.
ATP, who made a montage of Krygios’ most famous moments on and off the court in a video, offered their birthday greetings with a caption:
“We’ve never seen anyone like @NickKyrgios Wish NK a happy 25th birthday”.
Kyrgios has a reputation for himself as a talented but mercurial player. The Australian often gets into trouble for his on-court behaviour.
Kyrgios is also the recipient of a record $113,000 fine set by ATP On August 15, 2019 for his poor conduct at the Cincinnati Masters. What made the video interesting was that it showed shades of the Kyrgios which often do not come into the limelight.
We've never seen anyone like @NickKyrgios 😂
Wish NK a happy 25th birthday 🎉 👇 pic.twitter.com/CSeV5N8uAn
— ATP Tour (@atptour) April 27, 2020
Often labelled as a hot-headed and outspoken personality, the video exposed an entirely different side of Krygios. In the video, the Aussie is shown to have a helping and funny side to him.
Stefanos Tsitsipas pulls a prank on Krygios
Meanwhile, ‘Next Gen’ star Stefanos Tsitsipas pulled an ultimate prank aimed at birthday boy Krygios.
In an Instagram post uploaded by the Greek tennis star a few hours ago, Tsitsipas could be seen holding a cardboard sign with the words “CALL ME” and an Australian phone number.
However, it gained attention when birthday boy Kyrgios, replied to the post saying
“You are an absolute i**** everyone stop calling me!!!!!”, sparking doubts if Tsitsipas had taken a dig at the Australian.
However, it is yet to be confirmed if the number belongs to Kyrgios but when called it now goes straight to the voicemail.
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