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Nick Kyrgios Slams Bernard Tomic's Love Island Girlfriend For Moaning About Quarantine

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Nick Kyrgios Slams Bernard Tomic's Love Island Girlfriend For Moaning About Quarantine

He hasn't even stepped foot on the court yet and Nick Kyrgios is already in sensational form.

The Aussie has taken aim at his some of his fellow tennis players (and in some cases their partners too) after a bunch of the world's biggest stars touched down in Melbourne for next month's Australian Open.

Aussie fan favourite Nick Kyrgios. Credit: PA
Aussie fan favourite Nick Kyrgios. Credit: PA

And with every international competitor having to undergo compulsory 14-day quarantine, it didn't take too long for some of them to start complaining about the living standards - Novak Djokovic being one of them.

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It was reported that the world number one even penned a personal letter to the event organisers making all sorts of demands and requests about his hotel room.

And it seems Bernard Tomic's girlfriend wasn't too happy either.

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Former Love Island Australia star Vanessa Sierra took to social media to share her isolation experience with her followers.

"There is only one bathroom and I've never pooped in front of Bernard before," she said on her YouTube channel.

"I don't know what I'm going to do. It's day three. I just cannot do it front of him. I haven't broken that barrier in the relationship yet.

"Ahis is the worst part of quarantine. I don't wash my own hair - I've never washed my own hair.

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"It's just not something that I do. I normally have hairdressers that do it twice a week for me.

"This is the situation that we're dealing with. I can't wait to get out of quarantine just so I can get my hair done."

Kyrgios couldn't bite his tongue (you can't really blame him) and decided to share his thoughts on the matter at hand.

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"Djokovic is a tool," Kyrgios simply said via Twitter.

"I don't mind Bernie (Tomic) but his Mrs obviously has no perspective, ridiculous scenes."

And with over 14,000 likes in less than 12 hours, it looks like there's a pretty big portion of people that agree with the Aussie's tweet.

Sierra also told her followers that she was spending all her money on takeaway meals because the food in the athlete hotels is "s**t."

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"Haven't really been doing much. There's not really any space to train," she added in the video.

"Even if you want to do a home workout it's pretty tight for space, so we're doing minimal yoga to keep sane but other than that we're not really training or anything.

"I played Pokemon for 11 hours straight yesterday and I think 12 hours straight the day before.

"Bernard's been playing World of Warcraft for about the same time I've been playing Pokemon. Today we're going to download Yu-Gi-Oh!

"I haven't been watching many movies but yeah, it's sort of all we've got as an option."

As for the Australian Open tournament, that's still scheduled to go ahead on February 8 with event organisers working tirelessly to ensure every athlete is safe during their stay Down Under.

Us fans recognise the team's continued efforts - even if the players themselves don't.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@vanessa5ierra

Topics: Aussie, Pandemic, Nick Kyrgios, Melbourne, Australian Open, Coronavirus, Social Media, Novak Djokovic, Quarantine, Australia, Covid-19

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