Kyrgios mocks Tsitsipas once more, challenges Alcaraz to an exhibition match in Spain

Nick Kyrgios will return to tennis next week in Tokyo but he is fairly active in the tennis community even when he's not holding racquets.

Everything the Australian does becomes news due to his polarizing nature and the popularity he enjoys among tennis fans, especially the casual ones. In this most recent Kyrgios news round-ups, we look back at a very busy few days for the Australian.

Recently he lashed out against Tennis Australia after being unable to book a practice court with Kokkinakis while in Melbourne blasting the governing body for not prioritising its best players. He also mocked Tsitsipas on social media again when asked about how badly he would beat him the next time they play.

His respones was:

"Not sure. But the last two times were quite comfy."

Another question was about playing Carlos Alcaraz to which Kyrgios replied that he was ready and he wants it to happen in Spain in an exhibition format with some hefty compensation as well. He did caption that response with several money bag emojis.

"I'm always ready. Carlos Alcaraz let's get a big match in Spain going" wrote Kyrgios.

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