Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Kyrgios walks out on match in Shanghai

Kyrgios walks out on match in Shanghai

But his ongoing dissatisfaction with the umpiring could cost him dearly, especially after he was overheard on a courtside microphone telling his team box that he'd quit if he lost the set, having lost a point during the tie-breaker for a code violation when the score was 4-2 in his favour.

Less than a week after making it all the way to the final of the China Open, Nick Kyrgios has thrown in the towel at the Shanghai Masters.

Kyrgios felt his right shoulder in his opening service game but seemed unhurt thereafter and took a 3-0 lead in the breaker despite complaining about how exhausted he was, having played in the doubles with Lucas Pouille a day earlier. He had earlier been deducted a point for the second consecutive match.

Kyrgios received a warning during the 12th game of the first set after hitting two balls in anger.

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Johnson had no idea why Kyrgios walked off.

It is just the latest controversy for Kyrgios, whose undoubted talent has often been betrayed by his quickfire temper.

The temperamental Australian argued several times with the chair umpire during his first-round match against Steve Johnson yesterday.

Kyrgios was consequently suspended and could again face action from tennis authorities.

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The volatile Australian stormed off after losing the first set 7-6 (7-5) in a tiebreaker. Kyrgios lost the next point and then started to complain and curse, which earned him an audible obscenity code violation.

It quickly boiled over when he was irked by spectators in the close-knit arena getting up during the tie break.

"What is he doing?"

Johnson then wrapped up the set and Kyrgios decided he had had enough, shaking the hands of his opponent and the umpire, packing his bag and leaving.

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