United Cup, Kyrgios v Hewitt social controversy continues: ‘I wonder if…’

The first training camp of the year took place with Nick Kyrgios. The Australian tennis player was supposed to lead his country in the new United Cup mixed tournament, but the top seed pulled out a few minutes before the start of the press conference for the entire Australian national team.

Just at the same moment you learn that the captain is Lleyton Hewitt. For the entire team, it was very difficult not to know what was going on in the past 24 hours. It was most likely a lack of communication.

If it’s only one thing involved, it’s one thing; But when it comes to the team and the other people, imagine their preparation, they want to play as well as they can, not only at the event but also in the run-up to the Australian Open.

This is probably the hardest thing,” said the Australian captain, to which Kyrgios immediately responded on Twitter: “So after all this, after all this, the media is writing how bad I am for the sport, disrespectful to the game, I will be in episode number one on Netflix.. To grow our fan base, and try to get other people involved in tennis.

Tomilanovic’s withdrawal and Kyrgios’ reaction

But the controversy doesn’t end here: the Australian top seed also commented on another retirement: Ajila Tomjalanovic, which happened shortly before her first Fed Cup match.

Also on Twitter, the Australian Open doubles winner compared Hewitt’s reaction to that of Samantha Stosur, another team boss. Kyrgios responded on social media to a tweet from journalist Jose Morgado, who explained: the disadvantages resulting from the withdrawal of the top seeded Australian player shortly before the Nations Cup match, that is, the momentary 2-0 disadvantage against the United Kingdom. Image credits: Getty Images

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