Tomic provokes Kyrgios to million-dollar fight

Bernard Tomic has provoked Nick Kyrgios to stump up 1,000,000 bucks for a champ brings home all the glory battle, yet his kindred Australian said Friday he “had more pressing issues to focus on”.

The fighting tennis players used to be companions however have been going after one another over ongoing years.

Their squabbling reignited for this present week with Kyrgios referring to Tomic as “the most loathed competitor in Australia” after his previous Davis Cup partner guaranteed he had a superior playing record.

Tomic, who arrived at a profession high 17 yet is presently playing the lower-level Challenger circuit and is positioned 418th on the planet after his game fell, moved Kyrgios to put his cash where his mouth was.

“I’ll set up a million and you set up 1,000,000, we should see who is the better player,” the 29-year-old Tomic told the Gold Coast Bulletin, his nearby paper.
“Let the public see who is better for unequivocally. I’ve beaten you simple previously and I’ll rehash it. Furthermore we’ll play on grass so you come up with no good reasons. Anyplace, whenever.”

Incredibly, the pair have never met on the ATP Tour. Tomic won their solitary conflict, 6-3, 6-4, at the 2019 Kooyong Classic in Melbourne, a display.

The disputable Kyrgios, positioned 76, said he was glad to play Tomic, yet just on the ATP Tour.

“I’m actually playing on the visit, my sibling, I have more pressing issues to focus on,” the 27-year-old said on Instagram.

“I comprehend you’re at the future and challenger level at the present time, yet to play me and put this on the right track, simply return to the highest point of the game.

“I’m here, I’m staying put. I’ll be hanging tight for you … what’s more, on the off chance that you’re fit for playing a fair degree of tennis you’ll show that there’s compelling reason need to go to the media, utilize my name to attempt to get important once more.”

Neither one of the players is at the French Open in Paris however both are hoping to challenge the following month’s Wimbledon.