Nick Kyrgios was fined with 93,000 £ after the ATP charged him for 5 violations during his match
The Australian called the umpire as ‘a tool’ during his match which forced him
to give him several violations which made the fine just higher.
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic refused to give a verdict on Kyrgios behavior.Federer and Djokovic refuse to give verdict on Kyrgios Embed from Getty Images
Novak Djokovic believes it’s hard to give a decision of what happened and what He did
and how they fined him that big amount of money,
“So it’s tough to really judge, to say what’s right, what’s wrong, whether it should be more or less.
Djokovic watched the match and said it was a tough match but Karen was the best at the end.
“The match was, I thought, a great quality match in terms of tennis for a couple of sets. And then Khachanov just was tougher in the end.”
From the other side, Roger Federer who lost in the 3rd round refused to answer
the question about Kyrgios because He’s not in mood to answer after the tough defeat,
“I’m not going to comment on it because I’m just not really in the mood,” he said.
Therefore, Djokovic believes because of the role He has on the council He has to follow
what’s going on the tour and check as much as possible He can, but He has his life off the court
“Of course I follow it. It’s part of me, part of my life, part of my career. I also enjoy it.
“But I also have the responsibility to follow because of my role in the council.”
Both players refused to comment in this issue one of them because of his role, and the other because He’s not in thmood.