Tsitsipas and Kyrgios fined after fiery Wimbledon clash

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Nick Kyrgios have both been fined for their conduct during the fiery third-round showdown at Wimbledon on Saturday.

The Australian set up a fourth-round showdown with Brandon Nakashima after prevailing 6-7(2) 6-4 6-3 7-6(7) on No.1 Court.

Tensions were high with Tsitsipas growing increasingly frustrated by Kyrgios’ trademark temperamental approach and antics.

The fourth seed almost struck an audience member when hitting the ball into the crowd at the conclusion of the second set, while he also fired the ball at his opponent on several occasions.

Tsitsipas has subsequently been fined £8,250 for unsportsmanlike conduct – the same amount that Kyrgios was forced to pay after spitting towards the crowd following his first-round victory over Paul Jubb.

Meanwhile, the world number 40 must also play £3,300 after directing an audible obscenity towards a line judge.

Tsitsipas, who was also beaten when they faced off in Halle a fortnight ago, took a swipe at his opponent during his post-match press conference, branding him a “bully” while calling for action to be taken to tame his antics.

In response, Kyrgios questioned the lack of composure demonstrated by the Greek ace, who is still seeking his maiden Slam.

“I would be pretty upset if I lost to someone two weeks in a row as well,” the Australian said.

“He was the one hitting balls at me; he was the one that [almost] hit a spectator, he was the one that smacked it out of the stadium.

“Apart from me just going back and forth to the umpire for a bit, I did nothing towards Stefanos that was disrespectful, I don’t think. I was not drilling him with balls.

“We’re not cut from the same cloth; I go up against guys who are true competitors. If he’s affected by that today, then that’s what’s holding him back.

“If someone can just do that and that’s going to throw him off his game like that. I just think it’s soft.”

Stefanos Tsitsipas says there is “a very evil side” to Nick Kyrgios following their ill-tempered third-round showdown at Wimbledon.

Fourth seed Tsitsipas bowed out at SW19 after going down 6-7(2) 6-4 6-3 7-6(7) to the fiery Australian on Saturday.

Both players were fortunate to escape defaults during the early stages of the frosty encounter.

Kyrgios appeared to swear at officials in the first set, while a frustrated Tsitsipas narrowly missed spectators when striking a ball into the crowd at the conclusion of the second.

The Greek ace was notably annoyed by the trademark antics of Kyrgios with the world number 40 repeatedly complaining throughout the contest; officials and his entourage bearing the brunt.

And Tsitsipas, who also fired the ball towards his opponent on several occasions, has called on his fellow professionals to join forces in a bid to tackle Kyrgios’ behaviour.

“I’m a bit disappointed with some of the things that went down – especially when it’s repetitive, it starts to get really difficult to ignore,” he said during his post-match press conference.

“There comes a point when you get really tired of it; the constant talking, the constant complaining.

“We’re there to play tennis; we’re not there to have conversations or dialogue with other people.

“He bullies the opponents. He was probably a bully at school himself. I don’t like bullies; I don’t like people that put other people down.

“He has some good traits in his character, as well. But he also has a very evil side to him, which if it’s exposed, it can really do a lot of harm and bad to the people around him.

“There’s not a player that is so upset and frustrated all the time with something. It triggers so easily and fast.

“I really hope all us players can come up with something and make this a cleaner version of our sport; have this kind of behaviour not allowed or tolerated. This needs to stop; it’s not okay.”

Tsitsipas expressed remorse after his prolonged frustration culminated in him striking the ball into the crowd.

Although he felt provoked, the 23-year-old took full accountability for the incident.

“It was really bad from my side; I’ve never done that before,” he added.

“I did apologise to the people; I don’t know what went through my head at that time.

“With the circus going on at the other side of the net, it started to become very tiring.

“For sure, I’m never doing that again. It’s my responsibility, but there was also something that created that behaviour.”

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Pantomime villain Nick Kyrgios will take on fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in the Round of 16 of Wimbledon 2022 on Saturday.

Although he had a tough match against Paul Jubb in the opening round, Kyrgios produced a dominant performance in the second round against Filip Krajinovic. The Australian needed just one hour and 26 minutes to beat Krajinovic while dropping just six games.

Kyrgios has won nine of his 11 matches on the grass surface so far this season and he has posted back-to-back Semi-Final results in Stuttgart and Hale in the process.

The Aussie ace is in good shape at the moment, but the negative thing is that he has lost the last five matches against top five opposition.

Tsitsipas is currently on a six-match winning streak on grass after recently winning the title in Mallorca. The Greek has registered two comfortable victories at Wimbledon 2022 so far, having lost just one set in the process.

Although Tsitsipas has been a solid player over the past two years, he is yet to make a Quarter-Final appearance in two Grand Slams, including at Wimbledon. His best result at Wimbledon was reaching the round of 16 back in 2018.

Our prediction for this match is Over 40.5 Games at odds of 4/5 with Bet365.

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Stefanos Tsitsipas and Jordan Thompson will square off in the Second Round of Wimbledon 2022 on Thursday.

Tsitsipas has extended his winning streak on grass to five matches after beating Ritschard in four sets in the first round here.

Prior to Wimbledon, the Greek star managed to win his first career title on grass at the Mallorca Championships.

Wimbledon is the worst Grand Slam in terms of performances for Tsitsipas, but he looked confident in the opening round. He has fared well in slams so far this year, winning a combined total of eight matches in the Australian Open and French Open.

Thompson has already played 11 matches on grass so far this season and has only lost three in the process. During this run, Thompson did well to win a Challenger title in Surbiton following a comfortable 2-0 win over Kudla in the final.

The Australian began his Wimbledon 2022 campaign with a routine win over Roberto Carballes Baena, having dropped just six games in the process.

In conclusion, we expect to see a tight match and we fancy over 35.5 games at odds of 5/6 with Bet365.

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Daniil Medvedev crashed out of the French Open after going down in straight sets 6-2 6-3 6-2 against an inspired Marin Cilic on Monday.

Medvedev was one of two top-four seeds to fall in the fourth round at Roland Garros, with 2021 runner-up Stefanos Tsitsipas beaten by Danish teenager Holger Rune 7-5 3-6 6-3 6-4.

The second seed had arrived in the last 16 unscathed, having reeled off nine sets without reply in the opening three rounds.

He had also won all three of his previous meetings with Cilic ahead of their first encounter on clay.

But the former US Open champion hit the ground running on Chatrier; breaking his opponent twice as he won the last four games of the opening set to draw first blood.

And Cilic did not relent as he built on his momentum in the next two sets to roar through to his third Roland Garros quarter-final – and first in four years.

Next up for the 20th seed is Andrey Rublev, who overcame Jannik Sinner after the Italian was forced to retire through injury at 1-6 6-4 2-0 behind.

Meanwhile, Tsitsipas suffered only his fourth defeat in 21 matches on clay this year after coming unstuck against Rune.

The world number 40 became the first Danish man to reach a Grand Slam quarter-final since Jan Leschly reached the last four of the 1967 US Championships.

Rune sets up a showdown with Norway’s maiden male quarter-finalist at Roland Garros in eighth seed Casper Ruud, who hit 42 winners in his 6-2 6-3 3-6 6-3 victory over Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz.

In the ladies’ draw, top seed Iga Swiatek reached the last eight for a third successive year, but only after coming from behind against Chinese teenager Xinwen Zheng.

Indeed, Swiatek lost the opening set as her opponent recovered from 3-0 to prevail in a tie-break 7-6(5).

However, the world number one dominated the next two 6-0 6-2 to claim her 32nd successive victory; putting her level with Justine Henin for the third-longest streak in the WTA since 2000.

Her reward is a showdown with 11th seed Jessica Pegula, who also overturned a one-set deficit to beat Irina-Camelia Begu 4-6 6-2 6-3 and reach her second successive quarter-final at this event.

Daria Kasatkina continued her hugely impressive run at Roland Garros with a comprehensive 6-2 6-2 win over Camila Giorgi.

The 20th seed has now reeled off eight sets without reply, while dropping just 14 games along the way.

Aiming to stop her in the last eight is Veronika Kudermetova, who extended her best-ever performance at a Slam by overcoming Madison Keys 1-6 6-3 6-1.

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French Open 2022 Day Nine Results

Monday May 30

Round Four

COURT PHILIPPE-CHATRIER
Veronika KUDERMETOVA [29] 1-6 6-3 6-1 Madison KEYS (USA) [22]
Holger RUNE (DEN) 7-5 3-6 6-3 6-4 Stefanos TSITSIPAS (GRE) [4]
Iga SWIATEK (POL) [1] 6-7(5) 6-0 6-2 Qinwen ZHENG (CHN)
Marin CILIC (CRO) [20] 6-2 6-3 6-2 Daniil MEDVEDEV [2]

COURT SUZANNE-LENGLEN
Daria KASATKINA [20] 6-2 6-2 Camila GIORGI (ITA) [28]
Casper RUUD (NOR) [8] 6-2 6-3 3-6 6-3 Hubert HURKACZ (POL) [12]
Jessica PEGULA (USA) [11] 4-6 6-2 6-3 Irina-Camelia BEGU (ROU)
Andrey RUBLEV [7] 1-6 6-4 2-0 ret. Jannik SINNER (ITA) [11]

Holger Rune and Stefanos Tsitsipas will square off in the Round of 16 of the French Open 2022 on Monday at 12.30pm (UK Time).

Holger Rune has been on an impressive run of results on clay courts over the past month and a half. The Danish player has won 12 of his last 15 matches on clay which also includes winning a title in ATP Munich.

Prior to the French Open 2022, Rune has also reached the semifinals in Lyon where he lost in three sets to Cameron Norrie.

Today, Holger Rune is making his maiden round of 16 appearance in Grand Slams and he definitely has a chance against Tsitsipas who is still struggling with inconsistency.

Meanwhile, Stefanos Tsitsipas has won eight of his last ten matches on clay, but didn’t manage to win a single title during this run. His French Open 2022 campaign so far has seen him getting better and better from match to match.

The Greek lost two sets against Musetti in the 1st round, then he only dropped one set against Kolar in the second round before beating Ymer in straight sets in the most recent match.

He is now just one win away to maintain his impressive record of reaching at least the quarterfinal in every clay tournament he competed in this year.

Our prediction for this match is Over 3.5 Sets at odds of 3/4 with Bet365.

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World No. 4 Stefanos Tsitsipas will face Mikael Ymer in the third round of the French Open 2022 on Saturday at 3.00pm (UK Time).

Prior to the French Open 2022, Mikael Ymer was on a seven-match losing streak across clay and hard surfaces. He has suffered first-round eliminations in each of the four clay tournaments he participated in prior to the French Open.

However, he began his French Open 2022 adventure in a completely different manner by destroying Duckworth 6-2, 6-4, 6-2 in the opening round. He then passed a tough test against Daniel Evans in the second round and he is now just one victory away from registering his best ever result at the French Open as well as in Grand Slams.

Meanwhile, Stefanos Tsitsipas has only lost three of his 14 matches on clay courts this season. The Greek did well to win the title in Monaco and to reach the quarter-finals in Barcelona and semifinals in Madrid. However, it doesn’t seem that he is playing his best tennis at the moment on the Parisian courts.

Stefanos needed a five-setter against Musetti in the opening round and then he was pretty lucky to avoid another five-set match against Zdenek Kolar in the 2nd round.

The good news is that Tsitsipas has reached the semifinal and the final of the last two editions of the French Open.

Our prediction is Under 30.5 Games at odds of 8/11 with Bet365.

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Last year’s runner-up Stefanos Tsitsipas and Zdenek Kolar will square off in the Second Round of the 2022 French Open on Thursday.

Tsitsipas survived a huge scare in his opening match against Lorenzo Musetti. The Greek had an early 4-1 lead in the opening set, but he eventually lost the set as well as the second set.

However, he produced a spirited fightback to win the match in five sets and to advance to the second round here in Paris.

Tsitsipas had a slow start to the season by his standards, but he recovered pretty well recently and delivered a couple of solid performances on clay courts. Stefanos has reached the Quarter-Finals in Barcelona where he lost to Alcaraz, then the Semi-Finals in Madrid where he was beaten by Alexander Zverev and he recently finished runner-up to his nemesis Novak Djokovic in Rome.

Kolar has already played four matches at the French Open 2022, as he had to fight through qualifiers in order to reach the main stage. The Czech has dropped only one set in three qualifying games though and put in an impressive display in the opening round.

Kolar made the most of Pouille’s inconsistency to record his maiden main draw victory at the French Open as well as in Grand Slams.

Our best prediction for this match is the Asian Handicap -8.5 Games on Tsitsipas at odds of 8/13 with Bet365.

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Stefanos Tsitsipas starts his quest for redemption at the French Open with a tough First Round clash against Lorenzo Musetti at Roland Garros on Tuesday.

Tsitsipas was left to rue what could have been on his last visit to Roland Garros, squandering a two-set lead in the final to Novak Djokovic.

Djokovic continues to be a nemesis for the Greek star – who was once again denied in the final of the Italian Open last week, though he has secured back-to-back titles at the Monte-Carlo Masters.

The world number four remains in search of an elusive maiden major, having lost in the Semi-Finals of the Australian Open earlier this year.

This, however, could perhaps represent Tsitsipas’ best chance of ending the drought given that he is situated in the opposite half of the draw to Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Alexander Zverev and Carlos Alcaraz.

His only First Round defeat at the French Open came on debut in 2017, but the 23-year-old has been handed a tricky opener this time around in the shape of world number 51 Musetti.

Musetti reached the Fourth Round of the French Open last year – his best run in a Grand Slam to date – and like Tsitsipas, let a two-set lead slip to eventual champion Djokovic for what would have been the biggest win of his career so far.

The Italian made the Third Round of both the Monte-Carlo Masters and Madrid Open and is now vying for a first win over Tsitsipas at the third attempt.

Either Lucas Pouille or Zdeněk Kolář will await the winner in the Second Round later in the week.

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Stefanos Tsitsipas launches his quest to go one step better at this year’s French Open when he faces Lorenzo Musetti at Roland Garros on Tuesday.

Tsitsipas was a set away from claiming his maiden Slam in the French capital 12 months ago.

Indeed, he surged into a two-set lead over Novak Djokovic in the final, but suffered a Greek tragedy in the city of love as the Serb fought back to snatch a dramatic victory on Chatrier.

Djokovic also denied Tsitsipas glory in Rome earlier this month, but the Monte Carlo champion boasts an impressive surface record in 2022; winning 14 of his 17 matches on clay.

Daniil Medvedev is also seeking a maiden title at Roland Garros; the reigning US Open champion, who reached the last eight in 2021, plays Argentina’s Facundo Bagnis.

And with Russian players banned from competing at Wimbledon, the second seed will be desperate for a deep run in this Slam before his Flushing Meadows title defence rolls around at the end of August.

Compatriot Andrey Rublev, who faces Soonwoo Kwon, is looking to build on an impressive season that has already yielded three ATP titles.

Eighth seed Casper Ruud begins his mission to progress beyond round three for the first time against home favourite Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, who will retire at the conclusion of the tournament.

Jannik Sinner – a quarter-finalist last year – aims to maintain his impressive 7-2 record at this event against Bjorn Fratangelo, as Hubert Hurkacz tries to avoid a fourth successive first-round exit when he takes on Giulio Zeppieri.

Meanwhile, 14th seed Denis Shapovalov faces a potential banana skin in Danish debutant Holger Rune, who recently claimed his maiden ATP title in Munich.

Over in the Ladies’ draw, 2017 champion Jelena Ostapenko – also a winner in Dubai this season – has fell at the first hurdle three times in four appearances since lifting the trophy at Roland Garros. The 13th seed looks to redress the balance against Lucia Bronzetti.

Aryna Sabalenka and Jessica Pegula, who face Chloe Paquet and Qiang Wang respectively, are aiming to advance beyond round three for the first time at the season’s second major.

Both are in decent form on clay; Sabalenka was a finalist to Iga Swiatek in Stuttgart, while Pegula was beaten by Ons Jabeur in the Madrid showpiece.

Third seed Paula Badosa plays Fiona Ferro, while Australian Open runner-up Danielle Collins and Wimbledon finalist Karolina Pliskova look to put their recent injury troubles behind them against Viktoriya Tomova and Tessah Andrianjafitrimo respectively.

Play gets underway at 10am BST on Tuesday with all ladies’ matches contested over the best of three sets, and all showdowns in the men’s draw played over five sets at Roland Garros.

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French Open 2022 Day Three Schedule of Play

Tuesday May 24

COURT PHILIPPE-CHATRIER
Alize CORNET (FRA) v Misaki DOI (JPN)
Casper RUUD (NOR) [8] v Jo-Wilfried TSONGA (FRA)
Paula BADOSA (ESP) [3] v Fiona FERRO (FRA)
Lorenzo MUSETTI (ITA) v Stefanos TSITSIPAS (GRE) [4]

COURT SUZANNE-LENGLEN
Facundo BAGNIS (ARG) v Daniil MEDVEDEV [2]
Lloyd HARRIS (RSA) [1-6 2-5] Richard GASQUET (FRA)
Taylor TOWNSEND (USA) v Caroline GARCIA (FRA)
Hugo GASTON (FRA) v Alex DE MINAUR (AUS) [19]
Chloe PAQUET (FRA) v Aryna SABALENKA [7]

COURT SIMONE-MATHIEU
Tessah ANDRIANJAFITRIMO (BRA) v Karolina PLISKOVA (CZE) [8]
Benoit PAIRE (FRA) [3-6 2-1] Ilya IVASHKA (BLR)
Frances TIAFOE (USA) [24] v Benjamin BONZI (FRA)
Simona HALEP (ROU) [19] v Nastasia SCHUNK (GER)
Pablo CARRENO BUSTA (ESP) [16] v Gilles SIMON (FRA)

COURT 4
Alex MOLCAN (SVK) v Federico CORIA (ARG)

COURT 5
Ekaterina ALEXANDROVA (RUS) [30] v Greet MINNEN (BEL)
Irina-Camelia BEGU (ROM) v Jasmine PAOLINI (ITA)

COURT 6
Danielle COLLINS (USA) [9] v Viktoriya TOMOVA (BUL)
Sebastian KORDA (USA) [27] [1-0] John MILLMAN (AUS)
Adrian MANNARINO (FRA) v Federico DELBONIS (ARG)
Giulio ZEPPIERI (ITA) v Hubert HURKACZ (POL) [12]

COURT 7
Emil RUUSUVUORI (FIN) v Ugo HUMBERT (FRA)
Madison KEYS (USA) [2-1] Anna KALINSKAYA (RUS)
Jessica PEGULA (USA) [11] v Qiang WANG (CHN)
Bjorn FRATANGELO (USA) v Jannik SINNER (ITA) [11]
Rebecca SRAMKOVA (SVK) v Daria KASATKINA [20]

COURT 8
Cristian GARIN (CHI) [3-2] Tommy PAUL (USA) [30]
Claire LIU (USA) v Tamara ZIDANSEK (SLO) [24]

COURT 9
Katie VOLYNETS (USA) v Viktorija GOLUBIC (SUI)

COURT 10
Joao SOUSA (POR) v Chun-Hsin TSENG (TPE)
Shelby ROGERS (USA) v Tereza MARTINCOVA (CZE)
Roberto CARBALLES BAENA (ESP) v Oscar OTTE (GER)
Panna UDVARDY (HUN) v Fernanda CONTRERAS GOMEZ (MEX)

COURT 11
Ricardas BERANKIS (LTU) v Laslo DJERE (SRB)
Jiri LEHECKA (CZE) v David GOFFIN (BEL)
Irina BARA (ROU) v Yulia PUTINTSEVA (KAZ)
Madison BRENGLE (USA) v Mihaela BUZARNESCU (ROU)

COURT 12
Denis SHAPOVALOV (CDN) [14] v Holger RUNE (DEN)
Pedro MARTINEZ (ESP) [6-2 4-6 0-2] Henri LAAKSONEN (SUI)
Mayar SHERIF (EGY) v Marta KOSTYUK (UKR)
Oksana SELEKHMETEVA v Kaja JUVAN (SLO)
Jiri VESELY (CZE) v Steve JOHNSON (USA)

COURT 13
Aleksandra KRUNIC (SRB) v Kamilla RAKHIMOVA
Arantxa RUS (NED) [1-6 4-2] Elena RYBAKINA (KAZ) [16]
Peter GOJOWCZYK (GER) v Lorenzo SONEGO (ITA) [32]
Anhelina KALININA (UKR) v Hailey BAPTISTE (USA)
Marco CECCHINATO (ITA) v Pablo ANDUJAR (ESP)

COURT 14
Lucia BRONZETTI (ITA) v Jelena OSTAPENKO (LAT) [13]
Arthur RINDERKNECH (FRA) [2-6 2-4] Alexander BUBLIK (KAZ)
Andrey RUBLEV [7] v Soonwoo KWON (KOR)
Camila GIORGI (ITA) [28] v Shuai ZHANG (CHN)
Lucas POUILLE (FRA) v Zdenek KOLAR (CZE)