During the men’s final match at Wimbledon in July, a lady who is now threatening to sue Nick Kyrgios for defamation says that she was inebriated and distracted him during the game.
After the outburst that Kyrgios made, which a Polish attorney named Anna Palus called “a reckless and entirely unfounded claim against me,” the spectator was temporarily removed from Centre Court.
Kyrgios, who was ultimately defeated by Novak Djokovic in the championship match, complained to the chair umpire, Renaud Lichtenstein, saying, “She’s distracting me when I’m serving in the Wimbledon final.”
There is no comparable event of this magnitude.
You didn’t trust me, and she went ahead and did it again, which came dangerously close to costing me the game.
Why is she still in this place?
She is so inebriated that she has lost her mind…
What are the parameters for appropriate communication with me during the course of the game?
In response to Lichtenstein’s assertion that he was unaware of the person to whom Kyrgios was talking, the player stated, “I know precisely which one it is; it’s the one with the dress, the one that looks like she’s had like 700 beers bro.”
She stated that she had been anticipating the championship game for a considerable amount of time and that she had attended the game with her mother on Tuesday.
“Throughout the entirety of the final, Nick Kyrgios made a reckless and completely baseless charge against me,” she explained. “I was the one being accused of cheating.”
She stated that if Kyrgios did not bring “a speedy conclusion to this issue,” she was willing to go to the High Court and collect whatever losses she had incurred as a result of the situation.