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Famous for his outspokenness, Nick Kyrgios has lived up to his reputation. He has once again fueled the pass of arms he is engaged in with the Croatian Borna Coric.

Since a certain exhibition tournament organized by Novak Djokovic in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, causing the contamination of several players in the circuit ATP, Nick Kyrgios did not hesitate to reveal the depths of his thoughts.

In particular, he called the holding of this event irresponsible, and gave lessons in good conduct to several of his peers. Something inconceivable according to Borna Coric. A shame even … the “bad boy” of world tennis who lectures him.

After several virulent exchanges via social networks, the Australian gave a layer on Thursday. “Once again, joking about a global pandemic shows your champion level of maturity. It will be good to see you again next time, to see if the peanut instead of your brain has grown. Nick Kyrgios in the text.

And if Borna Coric has not (yet) responded to this provocation, it is obvious that the reunion between these two players promises to be very crisp. In view of the current situation and the complete shutdown of the ATP calendar, these are not on the agenda. As a reminder, their last clash turned to the advantage of the Croatian in Miami in March 2019.

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At least one American killed, several injured in Beirut blast

At least one American was killed and several more were injured in the massive explosion in Beirut that claimed at least 137 lives, according to the US Embassy in the Lebanese capital.

“We offer our sincerest condolences to their loved ones and are working to provide the affected US citizens and their families all possible consular assistance,” the embassy said in a statement.

“We are working closely with local authorities to determine if any additional US citizens were affected,” it said, adding that all of its employees are safe and accounted for.

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August 6, 2020

The names of the dead and wounded Americans have not been released.

The US Embassy referred The Post to the State Department, which did not immediately respond to a request for information.

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