"Absolutely", she said. "And that's why Gael has never won a Grand Slam as well and it's a true shame because those kids have just so much potential".
Frenchwoman Bartoli dismissed his hopes by saying he is incapable of putting seven wins together, branding him and her compatriot Gael Monfils as "pathetic". "I think that's going to be a fun match for both of us", Kyrgios said before Tomic's exit. "Who are you to tell us how to do things, when you have no idea what we've been through?"
"Stop assuming you know what's best for others when you think you've had a little success", Kyrgios wrote.
Nick Kyrgios hit back at Marion Bartoli's stinging criticism of himself and Gael Monfils by stating "we know you have to remain relevant, but we don't care what you have to say".
"It's easy to criticise people when you don't know them".
When he broke Haase's serve in that very game, he directed a "Come on!" roar at the official for good measure.
Kyrgios cast aside Robin Haase 6-3 6-4 7-5 in 96 minutes, the 15th seed having more problems with his entourage than the Dutchman in a second-round mismatch.
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"Towards the middle of the third set, I was getting a bit out of control, I was losing my focus", Kyrgios said.
Kyrgios has overcome his inner demons and a mini foot-fault crisis to book his place in the Wimbledon third round.
"Grass is probably his least favourite surface, but he's capable on all surfaces".
Reacting to the call, Kyrgios said to the umpire: "What, after I hit it?"
However it wasn't all entirely smooth sailing for Kyrgios with the match umpire issuing the Australian with a code-violation for swearing.
"But I believe that I would have chance to win if I could bring many points into long exchanges and rallies". While the scrutiny will centre on Kyrgios, the Asian trailblazer played some blinding tennis and now looms as a genuine contender to emerge from a wide-open bottom half of the draw and make next Sunday's final.
"Yeah, it could help my game".
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