Nick Kyrgios slammed for dropping F-bomb in front of Prince George at Wimbledon
Wimbledon 2022 Men’s Single Finale between Novak Djokovic and Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios proved to be quite dramatic as the latter was fined after he dropped the F-bomb twice on the court with Prince George in attendance. The 8-year-old was all over Twitter after he was spotted making an expression over Kyrgios’ abusive remarks from the Royal Box.
Prince George marked his maiden attendance at the Wimbledon Final with Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge by his side. The little one became a hot topic of discussion as many joked about how he got a masterclass in cursing. Speaking of Nick Kyrgios, his behavior was ridiculed for cursing in front of little George. For the unversed, Kyrgios lost the finale to Djokovic as the latter lifted his seventh Wimbledon title.
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Nick Kyrgios gets fined for audible obscenity
Kyrgios seemed frustrated over losing a point to Djokovic during one of his sets as he lashed out at someone in the crowd for heckling him. The 27-year-old, who is competing in his first-ever Wimbledon final then again used the F-word as he shouted towards his girlfriend Costeen Hastzi and sister Halimah. He complained about their apparent lack of support saying “Do you f**kin care at all?” adding, “Just say something” and “Is this not a big enough moment for you?” to his supporters.
Prince George was clearly not amused with Kyrgios’ cursing while standing right in front of the Royal Box. The tennis player got fined $5800 for “audible obscenity”. Asked if he needed to improve his behavior, Kyrgios said, “I think the other 126 players in the draw could improve their composure”, as reported by The Sun. According to the publication, a BBC commentator told viewers after the incident, “Apologies for the language, it’s live sport, it’s tense”.
‘Poor George, how will he ever cope?’
Social media users were all in to drag Kyrgios as they cracked jokes on Prince George’s expression. “Today is the day Prince George became a man” quipped one as another chimed in, “Prince George is getting a masterclass in cursing today.” One user added, “Commentator at Wimbledon described Nick Kyrgios' unpleasant characteristics then added that despite that we all love him. Really? Insulting umpire, swearing in front of Prince George, shouting at all sorts of people. You must be joking.”
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The next one tweeted, “I was rooting for Kyrgios until this childish and ridiculous display of I’ll temper. Not now. Give me professional and dignified every time.” Whereas, one shared, “If he cannot keep a civil tongue is his head he should be suspended for 2 years from all UK tournaments.” An individual stated, “Poor George, how will he ever cope?” as another mentioned, “I love him for his brilliant tennis and I am pretty sure P G will not be hearing a swear for the first time.” One person concluded, “Willing to bet George has heard it all before.”
Today is the day Prince George became a man.— Max Weiss (@maxthegirl) July 10, 2022
Prince George is getting a masterclass in cursing today.— Ryan Gaydos (@Gaydos_) July 10, 2022
Commentator at Wimbledon described Nick Kyrgios unpleasant characteristics then added that despite that we all love him. Really? Insulting empire, swearing in front of Prince George, shouting at all sorts of people. You must be joking.— Angela Levin (@angelalevin1) July 10, 2022
I was rooting for Kyrgios until this childish and ridiculous display of I’ll temper. Not now. Give me professional and dignified every time.— Gloria Dances (@gloriagaga) July 10, 2022
If he cannot keep a civil tongue is his head he should be suspended for 2 years from all UK tournaments— Keith Macdonald (@Kmacuk1951Keith) July 10, 2022
Poor George, how will he ever cope?— A Shed (@gardenshed2002) July 10, 2022
I love him for his brilliant tennis and I am pretty sure P G will not be hearing a swear for the first time.— Ninny2Four. (@Ninnytofour) July 10, 2022
Willing to bet George has heard it all before😉— Susanne Humphreys 🌸 (@Tedsmomma) July 10, 2022
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