Nick Kyrgios still argues. "There was some disdain from the crowd today.  I'm beginning to believe that it's normal, but it's not.

The thing is, I didn't even speak about the audience until each time I  got to the bottom. The crowd was leaving. I'm not sure what's

normal or non. What do I feel? It's just occurred. Similar to what occurred to me in Stuttgart in the racist incident followed

by the incident at Naomi Osaka in Indian Wells when a person screamed.  It had an impact on his play. I'm not sure why the viewers think

they can do this. This is a complete disrespect to the public at the  whole point. " After making his triumphant debut on the turf of

the All England Club, Nick wanted to deliver an appeal towards the British crowd. This irked him numerous times during the match

with the wildcard Paul Jubb. The Australian believes that the crowd isn't paying him the respect they deserve. In between a news

conference after another, Kyrgios was able to find an opportunity to  create an uproar following the game with Alexander Bublik and

Frances Tiafoe. In the fourth set, the Kazakh chose to bring an unusual game ever played in tennis. The 1997-born player played

six times from the bottom in the fourth game . He stunned the American who ended up losing the match. Kyrgios made a point