Kyrgios renews war of words with Becker: "Maybe we can go back to tweeting and you commenting on my Instagram like a 10 year old after you finish dealing with what you need to deal with"
Nick Kyrgios has renewed a war of words with Boris Becker labelling his actions as those of a 10 year old as well as hinting at his ongoing court case regarding his bankruptcy in 2017.
Becker could face a jail term of up to seven years if found guilty of failing to reveal ownership of properties in London and Germany - as well as over a million across multiple bank accounts.
He pleaded not guilty this week and Kyrgios said on his Twitter: "Maybe we can go back to tweeting and you commenting on my Instagram like a 10 year old after you finish dealing with what you need to deal with."
Kyrgios himself posted on Instagram a photo which started the spat which said as a caption 'Different breed' with Becker commenting 'in your dreams'.
“Hating like a little groupie. Lingering around like a bad smell, maybe hoping to get more likes and follows. Unfortunately never be as influential,” Kyrgios replied.
Kyrgios continued on Thursday, posting on Twitter: “He’s gone from wanting to coach me, obviously for his desperate need of a pay check, to hating on my Instagram. Strange world we live in."