Nick Kyrgios kicks off at umpire during Wimbledon second round – 'You already called game'

Nick Kyrgios didn’t take long in his second-round match against Filip Krajinovic to start speaking out against the umpire. The Aussie was at the centre of controversy in his first-round match against Paul Jubb after growing annoyed at members of the crowd, as a well as one of the line judges.

He needed all five sets to get past the Brit to set up a second-round clash against No 26 seed Krajinovic.

Kyrgios won the only encounter between the pair on the ATP Tour back in 2015 in Portugal.

And Court 2 was packed to see Kyrgios in action with the Aussie having a strong chance of a deep run at Wimbledon.

He got off to a strong start with Krajinovic struggling to cope with Kyrgios’ strong serve, and the 27-year-old quickly had two break points on his opponent’s serve.

Krajinovic eventually hit wide to hand Kyrgios the early break with the umpire calling game.

But the umpire then announced a challenge to the bemusement of Kyrgios.

“You already called game,” he said. “You can’t challenge that.”

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