Wimbledon fan taking legal action against Nick Kyrgios. A tennis fan who was temporarily removed from Centre Court in Wimbledon.
Nick Kyrgios : Court Case | Wimbledon | Net worth
Kyrgios was born on 27 April 1995 in Canberra, Australia, to a father of Greek origin, George, and a Malay mother, Norlaila (“Nill”).
|Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios
|27 April 1995
Canberra, ACT, Australia
|1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)
His father is a self-employed house painter, and his mother is a computer engineer.
And his mother was born in Malaysia as a member of the Selangor royal family, but she dropped her title as a princess when she moved to Australia in her twenties.
His older sister Halimah works in dance and musical theatre and as a voice & performance coach based in Hong Kong.
Australian tennis ace Nick Kyrgios will face court on alleged assault charges in October, after a Canberra magistrate rejected his appeal for a months-long delay Tuesday.
Kyrgios, 27, did not appear for the initial hearing, and details of the charge have not yet been disclosed.
During brief proceedings, his lawyer Michael Kukulies-Smith indicated he would seek to have the case heard on November 25.
Mr Kukulies-Smith did not outline details of the application, citing the presence in court of a “large contingent of media.”
Magistrate Louise Taylor said she was being asked to grant an extended adjournment of the case for unknown reasons.
A tennis fan who was temporarily removed from Centre Court during the men’s Wimbledon final following a complaint by Nick Kyrgios is taking legal action against the Australian tennis player for what she describes as a “reckless and entirely baseless allegation.”
During a changeover in his match against Novak Djokovic, Kyrgios complained to the umpire that a spectator was distracting him while he was serving, saying she was “drunk out of her mind in the first row” and identifying her as “the one who looks like she’s had about 700drinks.”
The spectator, Anna Palus, said in a statement released by her lawyers on Tuesday that she was bringing defamation proceedings against Kyrgios in a bid to clear her name. “During the course of the final, Nick Kyrgios made a reckless and entirely baseless allegation against me,” Palus said in the statement.
Nick Kyrgios net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $15 million, which includes his luxurious home in Canberra, Australia.
|Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios
|Source of Income
He has a small car collection also which comprises brands such as BMW, Mercedes Benz and Range Rover.