Tennis star Nick Kyrgios branded a hypocrite by fans for posing with a smoking Mike Tyson after complaining about the smell of marijuana last year

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Tennis star Nick Kyrgios branded a hypocrite by fans for posing with a smoking Mike Tyson after complaining about the smell of marijuana last year

  •  Nick Kyrgios poses with smoking Mike Tyson
  •  Kyrgios branded a hypocrite by some fans
  •  Aussie complained about marijuana last year

Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios has been called out by fans for hypocrisy after posing with former World Heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson.

Kyrgios, 28, posted several photos to social media of himself and Tyson, who looks to be smoking marijuana.

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The controversial Canberran titled the post ‘Perfect chaos’, and drew some heat from fans who reminded him that he famously complained about the smell of marijuana while playing at the at the US Open last year.

During his four set victory over Benjamin Bonzi, Kyrgios claimed he could smell marijuana smoke coming from the crowd. 

‘It was f***ing marajiuana. It was smoke. Obviously I’m not going to complain about food,’ Kyrgios could be heard saying in the on-court microphone.

Nick Kyrgios has copped some backlash for posing with former boxing champion Mike Tyson

Nick Kyrgios has copped some backlash for posing with former boxing champion Mike Tyson

Kyrgios famously complained about the smell of marijuana smoke while playing at the at the US Open last year

Kyrgios famously complained about the smell of marijuana smoke while playing at the at the US Open last year

‘When athletes are running side to side and they have asthma, it’s probably not ideal.’

He was then issued with a code violation for abusing his own team, and could be seen releasing a huge spray of spit; earning a conduct warning and disgusting fans in the stadium and those watching from home.

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‘Didn’t you once tell a referee that you can’t stand the smell of weed?’ asked one of Kyrgios’ followers – which was the most ‘liked’ reply in the comment section.

‘Hey you smoking some weed too Nick?’ asked another.

Kyrgios pulled out of Wimbledon Championships this year at the last minute after also bailing on the Australian Open at the start of the year.

This week, the unpredictable Aussie was scheduled to compete at the Ultimate Tennis Showdown in Los Angeles.

However, a wrist injury he is carrying hasn’t healed and he is taking more time to recover before returning to the court.

‘I just want to let you know that I am still recovering and getting my wrist right to be back on the court soon.

Kyrgios has been battling injuries throughout 2023 and hopes to return to the court soon

Kyrgios has been battling injuries throughout 2023 and hopes to return to the court soon

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‘Don’t worry though! I will still be coming to LA and the UTS event. Maybe I’ll coach… any suggestions?’ Kyrgios announced.

Earlier this month, the firebrand did an interview with Men’s Health where he labelled Australia ‘one of the most racist countries in the world’.

‘I have dealt with bad racism,’ Kyrgios said.

‘Australia is a pretty racist country in general, one of the most racist countries in the world.

‘I have grown some thick skin in sport and in life, so I deal with it better than I did. But it’s never easy.

‘Some of the most iconic people in sport in Australia have told me and my family to go back where we came from and this kind of bulls**t. Stuff that isn’t acceptable, not acceptable at all.’

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