- Nick Kyrgios has hinted he could ditch Australia
- He teased that he could switch allegiances to Greece
- Kyrgios posed with former rival Stefanos Tsitsipas
Nick Kyrgios has teased that he could switch national allegiance from Australia to Greece in a social media post that has got the Internet talking.
Kyrgios, 28, was born in Canberra to a Greek father and a Malaysian mother, and has represented Australia since entering the professional tour as a prodigious teenager.
The explosive tennis star has endured a love-hate relationship with the Australian public during his rollercoaster career, with his antics dividing opinion across the nation.
And in a surprise post on Instagram alongside arch rival and Greece star Stefanos Tsitsipas, Kyrgios said: ‘Things could be looking nice for team Greece soon.’
Thanasi Kokkinakis, who also boasts a Greek background, was in the photo and commented: ‘Trouble…’ alongside a laughing emoji.
Women’s tennis star Paula Badosa, who is dating Tsitsipas, replied with a heart eyes emoji and a laughing emoji.
More to follow.