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Kyrgios forfeits after storming off court at Italian Open

BBC Sport Thursday, 16 May 2019
Kyrgios forfeits after storming off court at Italian OpenAustralia's Nick Kyrgios forfeits his second-round match at the Italian Open after walking off court against Norway's Casper Ruud.
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News video: Tennis Player Nick Kyrgios Throws Chair and Storms Off Court at Italian Open

Tennis Player Nick Kyrgios Throws Chair and Storms Off Court at Italian Open 00:52

Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios was disqualified from the Italian Open in Rome on May 16 after throwing a chair onto the court. Twitter user @andreopines shared footage of the incident, where Kyrgios is seen yelling obscenities before a penalty is called against him. He then throws his racket...

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