Federer gave this badge to ‘Bad Boy’ Nick Kyrgios

Shanghai: Grand Slam King Roger Federer of Switzerland has become defamed in the form of tennis’s ‘bad boy’, Nick Kargioos of Australia, on Tuesday, to adhere to the principles of the game after arguing with the chair umpire during the Shanghai Masters Tennis Tournament Given The 23-year-old Kyrgios debated the chair umpire during the first round match of the men’s singles.

American qualifier Bradley Klan defeated 38th ranked Australian player 4-6, 6-4, 6-3. This is the third time in the Shanghai Masters when Kargioos had to get out in the opening round. During the match, Kyrgios talked about the ‘Border Line’ questioning the chairman’s decision on the chairman’s umpire’s decision.

Federer expressed his displeasure over the Kyrgios always in the headlines about his bad behavior at the court, saying that the Australian player has a talent, but for him, it will be effective only if he adheres to the game spirit.

A 37-year-old seasoned player said, “I think it depends on the Kyrgyaus where he wants to go. I think that he himself does not know his talent. But he can go ahead by knowing the principles of his game.

Kyrgyz has had a bad experience in the Shanghai Masters. Last year, in the middle of the round match, he was fined after going to court, while in 2016 he was suspended. Federer said, playing in major tournaments and doing such acts is not right for them. You also need to improve your behavior in order to be successful.