Nick Kyrgios puts the shirtless coach to shame in a photo post at the gym

Nick Kyrgios didn’t like what he saw from a gym buddy, so he took a quick photo and let his followers know exactly why he was “embarrassed”.

If you’re planning on going to the gym with Nick Kyrgios, keep your shirt on.

That’s the message from the Australian tennis star, who shared a photo on social media exposing a gym buddy for trying too hard to organize a gun show.

In a photo posted on her Twitter account, Kyrgios called a man for sweating shirtless, giving the gaze a thumbs down.

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Responding to a Twitter user who asked him why he didn’t go to talk to the man before posting the photo, Kyrgios said: “I feel like it should already be known? Am I the one who should educate a coach or a staff? I do not believe. It’s an embarrassment. “

Responding to another person who wondered what the problem was, Kyrgios said: “It’s a national academy where the kids train. If you knew anything about the standard of European tennis clubs, you would understand the importance of this tweet. “

Kyrgios continues to stir up rumors that he will marry girlfriend Costeen Hatzi. Over the weekend, Canberran appeared to confirm the news by telling its followers that the wedding will happen “very soon”. His Instagram post about him included a “heart” emoji and a “diamond ring” emoji.

Kyrgios also showed he was back in the chair at a tattoo parlor on Saturday. As they received new ink on his arm, fans noticed another tattoo he had recently placed on his thigh: Hatzi’s first name, written in flowing black cursive, on his left leg.

Kyrgios also recently commented on a photo posted by Hatzi writing, “I can’t wait to live with you.”

Kyrgios is skipping the clay swing and looks forward to Wimbledon instead, though he has yet to comment publicly since. the Grand Slam was controversial deprived of points in the standings due to his decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players.

Speaking at a promotional event for the NBA in Sydney earlier this month, world number 78 was asked who believed the best tennis player in the world was heading for the prestigious Grand Slam.

“I mean, on the grass, I would say me,” he told al Sydney Morning Herald.

These are big words from the Australian, who hasn’t made it past the third round of Wimbledon since 2016.

His best run at the All England Club was a quarter-final in 2014 when Kyrgios, then just 19, shocked the tennis world by ousting Rafael Nadal in the round of 16, before crashing into Milos Raonic.

Originally published as Nick Kyrgios puts the shirtless gym-goer to shame by sharing a sneaky photo