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Kyrgios of Australia will appear in court next month for assault

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Nick Kyrgios of Australia prepares for a training session on day eight of The Championships Wimbledon 2022 at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 04, 2022 in London, England.
Nick Kirios of Australia is in the 8th day training session of the All England Lawn Tennis Championship Wimbledon 2022. Preparing and Croquet Club held in London, England on July 4, 2022. Photo by Ryan Pearce/Getty Images

London — Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios on Canberra's court The local police said on Tuesday the month after being charged with assault in last year's case.

The Australian Capital Territory Police statement did not identify Kyrgios, but the Canberra Times, a former World No. 13 lawyer, said the allegations were "cohabitation". Said said it was related to.

"ACT Police meets the ACT Administrative Court on August 2 in connection with one accusation of a general assault after a 27-year-old Watson man in the December 2021 incident. You can be sure it's up to you, "the police said.

Australian media said the allegations were related to a complaint by Kyrgios' former partner Chiara Passari.

"It's in the context of a partnership," Kyrgios barrister Jason Moffett was reportedly said by the Canberra Times.

"The nature of the allegation is serious and Mr. Kyrgios takes the allegation very seriously. Given that the issue is in front of the court ... he has not commented at this stage. However, we will publish a media release in sufficient time. "

Moffett did not respond to the email sent to the Kyrgios representative. Did not respond to the request for comment.

Last month, Kyrgios became the first athlete to join Evolve, a new sports agency co-founded by four-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka.

This 27-year-old will face Chilean Christian Garin in the men's quarterfinals at Wimbledon on Wednesday.

The Wimbledon organizer, the All England Club, said he knew the situation in Kyrgios, but did not comment because legal proceedings were underway.

"We are in contact with Nick's team and he will have another quarterfinal match tomorrow," said an All England Club spokesman.

Australians have been fined a total of $ 14,000 for two violations of this year's Grass Court Majors. After winning the first round, he spit on his fans and then swore in a fierce third clash with Stefanos Tsitsipas.

"ATP is aware of the Australian proceedings involving Nick Kyrgios, but it is inappropriate to comment further at this time as the proceedings are underway. "The male governor, ATP, told Reuters: Email.

Last October, Kyrgios and his ex-model girlfriend Passari were, after discussion, moved to separate rooms at the Quarantine Hotel in Adelaide.

An unmistakable talent, Kyrgios can beat the top players according to his physical condition and mood, but has a long list of previous brushes with the tennis authorities.

Since the days of John McEnroe's Tantram, players have been as polarized as Kyrgios, and there has always been a buzz around the heretic Australians, whether in court or in his media conferences.

Greece's fifth-largest Chichipas labels Kyrgios as a "bullying" with an "evil side" in his character after losing a moody clash at Wimbledon last week. I attached it.

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