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The Australian's clash with Djokovic is ongoing and the crowd is invested in every serve. One in particular was very vocal towards Kyrgios and he tried to get his own back.
After taking a seat, Kyrgios notified a supervisor of the woman and a hilarious conversation ensued.
"I know exactly which one it is!" the 27-year-old can be heard venting.
"It's the one in the dress... the one who looks like she's had about 700 drinks bro! Yeah, she's talking to me in between every single point."
BBC Sport's commentators even chuckled during Kyrgios' rant, but disputed his claims.
The clip quickly went viral on social media and it left fans in stitches.
One person said: "You can't say this guy isn't entertaining when he's on the court."
Another commented: "Never seen anything like this in a final."
A third put: "Do you know how wild it is to do this?"
While someone tweeted: "She must be absolutely minted, if she can afford that number of drinks."
Kyrgios reached this afternoon's final after Rafael Nadal pulled out of their semi-final clash with an injury.
Djokovic, meanwhile, beat British number one Cameron Norrie 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 and 6-4 on Friday.
There is a 'bromance' developing between the duo and they made a bet on Instagram just a day before their clash.
A dinner has been arranged and who pays will be determined by the result of their Wimbledon final.
The conversation played out as follows:
Djokovic: "It took you five years to say something nice about me."
Kyrgios: "But I defended you when it mattered."
Djokovic: "You did, I appreciate that."
Kyrgios: "We friends now?"
Djokovic: "If you are inviting me for a drink or dinner, I accept. PS winner of tomorrow pays."
Kyrgios: "Deal, let’s go to a nightclub and go nuts."
The final remains delicately poised, with Kyrgios taking the first set 4-6 before Djokovic responded by taking the second and third set in his 32nd Grand Slam final.
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