At the Australian Open, Nick Kyrgios admits he doesn’t want to ‘p***** off’ Novak Djokovic.


Nick Kyrgios has admitted that he doesn’t want to ‘p***** off’ Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open.

If the decision to deport him is overturned, Nick Kyrigio hopes he won’t have to play Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open.

If Novak Djokovic’s deportation decision is reversed, Nick Kyrgios is wary of a riled-up Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open. The Serbian is currently being held in a detention hotel after being denied entry into Australia due to an incorrect visa.

The 20-time grand slam champion is being held at the Park Hotel in Melbourne while his appeal is heard on Monday.

Djokovic had been granted a medical exemption to compete in the Australian Open, but this was met with backlash after he refused to reveal his vaccination status, leading to speculation that he hadn’t been vaccinated – which is required to compete in a Grand Slam.

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The saga has dominated the news for the past week, and Kyrgios has spoken out about the 34-year-old’s mindset ahead of his match at Rod Laver Arena later this month.

“All I’m saying is, if he’s allowed to compete in the Australian Open, I don’t want anything to do with him.”

He’ll be p****d off, I’m sure, and he’ll be determined to play well and stick it to everyone.

“I don’t want to be associated with that Novak,” Kyrgios stated ahead of his first match at the Sydney Tennis Classic.

“It’s just more fuel for him.”

We all know how good a competitor he is, in my opinion.

You don’t become a great champion without the ability to overcome adversity.

“I’m sure he’s faced far more adversity than staying in a hotel room for a few more days.”

All I’m saying is that if he’s on the court at the Australian Open, he’ll be dangerous.

“I definitely don’t want to play him right now.”

That task can be assigned to someone else.”

On Friday, Kyrgios spoke out about the shambles, urging his country to do better in the wake of Djokovic’s mistreatment.

“Look, I definitely believe in taking action; I got vaccinated for the sake of others and my mother’s health, but the way we’re handling Novak’s situation is bad, really bad,” he wrote on Twitter.

“Like these memes and headlines, this is one of our great champions, but he’s at.”

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