The greatest loser in tennis history is Nick Kyrgios.
Nick Kyrgios lost in a Grand Slam match once more. The 26-year-old Russian Karen Khachanov eliminated the Australian from the US Open early on Wednesday morning (7-5, 4-6, 7-5, 6-7 (3-7), 6-4).
At the conclusion of the game, Kyrgios was left looking like a baby and shattering many rackets. It was the end of another long run.
For Kyrgiois, who had spent the most of the competition threatening his family and friends while aggravating his opponents from his box, it was the ideal conclusion.
Despite the fact that he has always been this way, it seemed to reach a tipping point in Queens when American viewers tuned in night after night to witness him harass people who care about him
It is difficult to envision anyone who does not directly reside within Kyrgios' circle supporting him for more than a short while before you have to pause and question what he is talking about.
The only difference will be that fewer people will have the opportunity to see it live during primetime when he returns for the Australian Open.