Kyrgios won 7: 6 (4: 6: 3) and hit the Canadian youngster Felix Auger-Aliassime during the second round of the day. Again, it was his behavior that caused the discussion when he received a violation of the Code.
The 24-year-old lost his composure and was rounded to referee Fergus Murphy after missing a set point in the first set when he thought his Spanish opponent's serve had failed.
"The ball was so far out there (hands about a foot apart), no joke, no kidding, what are you doing, it's been so long ago, what are you doing, what are you doing up there?" You heard, as Kirgis said. Bro, it takes the P ***.
"I refuse to play."
Kyrgios then received a code violation for unsporting behavior, before he rejected Murphy's headgear. "It's a joke, man, it's a serious joke, as if your hat looks ridiculous, it's not even sunny."
After another point, Kyrgios continued to berate the officials and threaten to leave the court.
"The ball was so far out on the second serve, I'm going, I will not give 100 percent if I have a linesman manipulating the game, I do not want to play."
"Be careful, Nick, be careful what you say," Murphy said, just to find out, "I'm not talking to you, do not talk to me, do not talk to me."
Kyrgios called the officials "disgraceful" during the draw and then asked to speak to the tournament director after taking the opening set.
Three games later, when the supervisor arrived, Kirgis explained his view of the events.
"Twenty people over there say it's a way out. Go and ask them yourself. They will not lie to you, they have no reason to," he said. "A markup of 80 miles an hour, you can not be that bad … that can not happen, do you know what I mean?"
The controversy has accompanied Kyrgios throughout his career, and he has recently made uncomplicated comments on world champion Novak Djokovic and 18-time Grand Slam winner Rafael Nadal in a video posted on social media.
He retired from the French Open because he was ill shortly after he "sucked" the tournament.
(tagsToTranslate) Tennis (t) Fever Tree Championships (t) Nick Kyrgios (t) Roberto Carballés