Nick Kyrgios accused of mistreatment by his former-girlfriend

Nick Kyrgios protagonist of an extra-court issues: the Australian bad boy was accused on social media of mistreatment by girlfriend (or maybe former girlfriend?) Chiara Passari. The girl posted a story on Instagram a few days ago in which she hinted that the player would subject her to physical and psychological violence: “Domestic violence will never be an acceptable thing,” she posted shortly after removing the story from her profile.

And the sentences of accusation against the 25-years-old made the rounds of social media in the form of screenshots. Kyrgios has not answered or declared anything about it, but on the other hand has deleted from the profile all the photos with Chiara Passari with which he seemed madly in love.

During this year’s Australian Open he also dedicated her victories to her, writing: I miss you Chizz on camera. As declaration of love posted on Valentine’s Day he also demonstrates: “I promise to be a better person and I hope to spend many Valentine’s Day with you in the future.

I hope that one day you will come to see my matches so I will win more.”

Kyrgios was born in Canberra, Australia, the son of a Greek father, Giorgos, and Norlaila.

Her mother is a computer engineer as well as being a member of the royal family of the Sultanate of Selangor in Malaysia (she was a princess, a title she gave up after leaving the country). He is the third of three children.

He is of Greek Orthodox religion. Kyrgios played basketball until the age of 14, when he decided to devote himself exclusively to tennis. Kyrgios is a fan of the Boston Celtics, a militant professional basketball team in the NBA, and of Tottenham, the English Premier League football team.

Kyrgios has never had a regular coach and is still the only player in the top 100 not to use a coach. In November 2020 he announced that he had lived through periods of depression, saying that he had lost the desire to play tennis and that he had felt depressed due to the inability to meet the expectations of others.