Nick Kyrgios says he's never done anything as stupid as Novak Djokovic partying in Serbia and contracting coronavirus

Nick Kyrgios.
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Novak Djokovic tested positive for the novel corona virus after hosting a tennis exhibition tournament and celebrating in Belgrade.
Australian tennis pro Nick Kyrgios said on Twitter that he had never done anything as "irresponsible" or "stupid" as Djokovic's actions.
Kyrgios and many in the tennis world criticized the tournament amid the coronavirus pandemic and lack of physical distance measures.
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Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios criticized Novak Djokovic's actions after the world's number 1 tested positive for the novel corona virus on Tuesday. Djokovic's wife Jelena was also tested positive.
Novak Djokovic and his wife were both tested positive for the novel corona virus.
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Djokovic organized the Adria Tour exhibition tournament, which stopped in Serbia and Croatia. The tournament was criticized in the tennis world for continuing in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and for not following physical distancing protocols. Viktor Troicki, Grigor Dimitrov and Borna Coric were also all tested positive after participating in the tournament.
At the beginning of the tournament, a video of Djokovic and Dimitrov and other stars like Alex Zverev and Dominic Thiem appeared on social media, celebrating in a nightclub in Belgrade.
On Tuesday, Kyrgios, the world's often criticized number 40, said on Twitter that he had never done anything as irresponsible or stupid as Djokovic celebrating. Kyrgios also offered prayers for those who had contracted COVID-19.
Nicholas Kyrgios

@ NickKyrgios
Prayers to all players who have signed Covid - 19. Not to me for something I did that was "irresponsible" or classified as "stupidity" - this is the cake.
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Janosik Garcia

@ Janosikgarciaz
Una fiesta derivó en un contagio masivo de #coronavirus en tenistas.
Se infectaron el tenista croata Borna Coric, el entrenador físico de Djokovic y él; Marco Panichi, the Entrenador of Dimitrov, Cristian Groh, Además of Dimitrov, Que Fue El Primero.
3:42 p.m. - June 23, 2020
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In the past few days, Kyrgios has criticized the tournament, questioned the participants and mocked the decision to cancel the tournament after positive tests for COVID-19.
Nicholas Kyrgios

@ NickKyrgios
The headless decision to continue issuing the exhibition quickly, but that happens if you ignore all the protocols. That's no joke.
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Borna Coric

10:44 a.m. - June 22, 2020
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Nicholas Kyrgios

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Congratulations. Such leadership
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Goran Ivanisevic just announced in court that they canceled the final of the Adriatic tour in Zadar with Djokovic because Dimitrov tested the positive for Covid-19.
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In a statement on Tuesday, Djokovic said his intentions to host the tournament were good, but he had to adjust to "a new reality."
"We organized the tournament the moment the virus weakened because we thought the conditions for hosting the tour were met," said Djokovic in the statement. "Unfortunately, this virus is still there and it is a new reality that we are still learning to deal with and live with. I hope things will relax over time so that we can all resume life the way we do they were.
"I am very sorry for every single case of infection. I hope that this does not make anyone's health situation worse and that everyone is well. I will remain self-isolated for the next 14 days and repeat the test in five days."
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