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Christmas, Kyrgios word war talk, after the Mexican Open Clash

Cape Town – Rafael Nadal He was not happy after the loss of Nick Kyrgios after the Mexican Open, because the Australians lacked "respect for the public, opponents and themselves".

Kyrgios scored three goals in 3-6, 7-6 (7/2), 7-6 (8/6) 3-6 minutes and minutes in Acapulco on Wednesday.

While the Australians, while suffering from illnesses and injuries, booed the audience and also served a point at Underarm.

After finishing the game, Kyrgyz held on the ground and once grown, he hit his ears and reacted to the crowd.

The post-match handshake between two players was a bit too much and Nadal did not have any criticism after the match.

"He is a player with a great player," said the Grand Slam in 17 hours ESPN.

"He won the Grand Slams and won top rankings, but there it is.

"He has no public, opponents and self respect."

The Kyrgyz Republic, however, did not return to respond to Christmas commentaries.

"I'm different, Rafa is different. She needs to do what she needs to do," he said. "I do not know if I had a trip, I do not know, so I will not listen.

"I play that way, that's the way, it's a very slow point, and you have to play the rule of the book at the speed of the server, but Rafa has no speed, and he commented on his game.

"I will not take it (Christmas comments)".

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