Kyrgios apologizes after his bloodshed: "Rome, I'm sorry" – Wire Info – ATP

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Author of a blistering lead in the match against Casper Ruud this Thursday at the tournament in Rome by swinging a chair and leaving the court after receiving a penalty game, Nick Kyrgios apologized in his own way. In a message posted on his Instagram account, the Australian made his mea culpa lip service while remaining true to himself: "It was a day where a lot of things happened. The emotions have taken precedence over the rest, and I just want to say that the atmosphere was completely crazy today. I'm just very disappointed that it ended in this way. Rome, I'm sorry. Maybe we'll meet again .. "

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