VIDEO: Kyrgios demands Tsitsipas be defaulted from Wimbledon for smashing a ball into the crowd
After Nick Kyrgios won the second set of his tie with Stefanos Tsitsipas at Wimbledon, the Greek decided to take his frustrations out and many including his opponent felt he should have been defaulted similar to Novak Djokovic at the US Open.
Tsitsipas on the replay looked to backhand a ball into the crowd and seemingly hit someone only to receive only a code violation which riled up the Aussie who wanted him defaulted and called for all the supervisors to look at the incident.
"The amount of s*** the tournament is going to get after this press conference", Kyrgios said following the decision to not default him to Dumusois, the umpire.
"If I do that... OMG", he shouts later while during Kyrgios' complaints, the Greek turned round and aimed his own frustrations at Kyrgios putting his towels in his box.
To begin the requisite set, Kyrgios then played on and broke to make it 3-1 with Tsitsipas continuing to get riled up and receiving a point penalty.
What do you make of the decision not to default Tsitsipas? Was Kyrgios right? Watch the video below.