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Tennis star lost to rookie and blamed Pokémon Go

Tennis star lost to rookie and blamed Pokémon Go

Australian tennis player Nicholas Kyrgios suffered one of the worst defeats of his career when he was defeated in the first round of the Toronto Masters 1000 against Canadian Denis Shapovalov, who is only 17 years old.

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Kyrgios, who is currently ranked No. 19, stormed off the track after losing 7-6 (2), 3-6, 6-3; but the most incredible thing beyond his defeat is the explanation he gave through his Twitter account.

“Honestly, I have been playing more Pokémon Go, than tennis lately”, then as if that were not enough, a fan questioned him what he preferred, whether to be number one in the world or capture pokémons, to which the Australian is clear.

In another tweet, the tennis player wrote: “Seriously speaking, I’m more excited for an egg to hatch than to make a breaking point hahaha.”

When a fan made him know his opinion on the subject on Twitter, the tennis player wrote his response in which he reveals that he has a Gyarados of 2000CP in his ranks.

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“I don’t think Nole (Novak Djokovic) or Fedex (for Roger Federer) were hunting Pokémons while they became # 1,” says @ChrenoM. Kirgyos’s answer raises the stakes on the value he places on the game: “Does Fed or Nole have a Gyarados of 2000CP ..? I do not think so”.

This shows exactly how long the Aussie has been playing Pokémon Go, as Gyarados is extremely difficult to catch and even harder to evolve.

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