Kyrgios brands Djokovic a tool over hotel demands and slams Tomic's girlfriend

Kyrgios brands Djokovic a tool over hotel demands and slams Tomic's girlfriend

18/01/2021 19:01:00

Kyrgios brands Djokovic a tool over hotel demands and slams Tomic's girlfriend

NICK KYRGIOS has branded Novak Djokovic a tool for demanding quarantine rules are eased ahead of the Australian Open. A total of 72 players have been confined to hotel rooms following positive coro…

The world number 47 wrote: "Djokovic is a tool."Kyrgios also slammed Bernard Tomic's girlfriend Vanessa Sierra, who has been complaining about a number of issues with quarantine such as food arriving to their room cold.But the OnlyFans star did cheekily suggest she could spend the next two weeks making 'some fine content'.

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She told her social media followers: “There is only one bathroom – and I’ve never pooped in front of Bernard.“I don’t know what I’m going to do. It’s day three. I just cannot do it front of him. I haven’t broken that barrier in the relationship yet.5Bernard Tomic's girlfriend Vanessa Sierra has been moaning about the quarantine rules

Credit: 7 News5The OnlyFans star has cheekily suggested she could spend the next two weeks making 'some fine content'Credit: Vanessa Sierra/Instagram“And this is the other worst part of quarantine?“I don’t wash my own hair, I have never washed my own hair, it’s just not something I do. headtopics.com

“I normally have hairdressers that do it twice a week for me. This is the situation that we are dealing with. What is going on? I cannot wait to get out of quarantine just to get my hair done.”But Kyrgios blasted: "I don’t mind Bernie but his Mrs obviously has no perspective, ridiculous scenes."

Djokovic and other tennis stars moaning about the strict quarantine ahead of the Melbourne tournament were given a sharp rebuke by the Premier of Victoria.5Daniel Andrews said: "People are free to provide a list of demands. But the answer is no."I know that there's been a bit of chatter from a number of players about the rules. Well, the rules apply to them as they apply to everybody else, and they were all briefed on that before they came.

"I'm here not so much to be opining about how in touch with the real world these people are. That's not my job. My job is to make it very clear. People were told what the rules were (before they got here).CASINO DEALS: BEST SIGN UP OFFERS TO CLAIM OVER £700

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