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Nick Kyrgios defaulted in Rome after tantrum, throwing chair onto court

The Age Thursday, 16 May 2019 ()
Nick Kyrgios has been thrown out of the Italian Open after being defaulted in his second-round clash with Norway's Caspar Rudd for hurling a chair onto the court.
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Nick Kyrgios is defaulted from the Italian Open after a furious outburst before walking off court.

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