The atmosphere inside the men’s locker room is right now near its maximum temperature due to the division of opinions that exists after what happened in the Adria Tour. Novak Djokovic seems to be the center of the target, even Nick Kyrgios has become an example to continue giving behavior lessons, something that yesterday Dominic Thiem could not bear in an interview. The Austrian gave a touch of attention to Canberra’s recriminating some of his actions on the track … and Canberra’s has not taken even 24 hours to respond. It has been through your account Twitter, where you have left two messages with a clear receiver.

“What are you talking about, Dominic Thiem? Mistakes like breaking rackets? Say foul words? Not give 100% of my tennis in a game here or there? Do you talk about this kind of thing that everyone does? None of you have the intellectual capacity to understand where I come from. The only thing I try to do with you is make you feel responsible ”, shared the Australian for all his followers.

Hours earlier, Dominic was defending himself against all the criticism received by the society for Novak Djokovic and the Adria Tour, but he stopped briefly in Kyrgios when the journalist got his name out. “Kyrgios himself has said a lot of nonsense. I do not understand why he has to get involved in everything. It would be good if the first thing he did was accept his mistakes rather than criticizing the rest,” said the world number 3, knowing that his words could suppose a dialectical war with the Australian.

And so it has been. Kyrgios did not have enough with a tweet, so he decided to make it clear in a second message. “This only reinforces the joke that I think are people like Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev and Novak Djokovic, two of whom were partying like crazy in the middle of a pandemic. There are many people who have lost their lives, people who have lost loved ones and friends, meanwhile Thiem reproaching me for my ‘mistakes’. And then these guys are supposed to be the benchmarks of our sport, ”he concluded wryly.

Given the seen, it seems that Nick has made a new friend on the circuit. Of course, it is not the most appropriate to give example and give lessons on behavior, although we must admit that this time the severity of the events of one and the other has nothing to do. Or what is the same, if those words had been said by any other player, Thiem surely would not have flinched.