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Kyrgios brands Becker a ‘doughnut’ after war of words erupts over Zverev

But Becker was none too happy with the Canberran’s take-down.

“We all live in the pandemic called #Covid_19 ! It’s terrible and it killed to many lives…we should protect our families/loved ones and follow the guidelines but still don’t like #rats @NickKyrgios @farfetch,” Becker tweeted on Tuesday night.

Kyrgios was quick to strike back.

Nick Kyrgios has returned serve at Boris Becker, calling him a 'doughnut' after the tennis legend referred to him as a 'rat'.

Nick Kyrgios has returned serve at Boris Becker, calling him a ‘doughnut’ after the tennis legend referred to him as a ‘rat’.Credit:Getty Images

“Rats? For holding someone accountable? Strange way to think of it champion, I’m just looking out for people. WHEN my family and families all over the world have respectfully done the right thing. And you have a goose waving his arms around, imma say something,” he replied before following up with a second serve.

“Boris Becker is a bigger doughnut than I thought. Can hit a volley, obviously not the sharpest tool in the shed though.”

The slanging match continued with Becker, a six-times grand slam champion and former world No.1, saying: ‘Your funny guy ….how is it down under? Respect all the guidelines?”

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“Haha nah bro I’m good, don’t act like you’re my friend now because you got sat down,” Kyrgios tweeted.

Zverev had been widely condemned after being filmed dancing in a crowded room in Moncao, prompting Kyrgios to take the 22-year-old to task on Instagram.

“So I wake up and I see more controversial things happening all over the world, but one that stuck out for me was seeing Zverev again man, again, again, how selfish can you be? How selfish can you be?” Kyrgios said.

AAP

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