Date in Australian court for Nick Kyrgios postponed

According to The Age, Nick Kyrgios‘ court date has been postponed by three weeks, and he is no longer required to appear in court if he has legal representation. Australian media informed viewers of Wimbledon that Kyrgios would be in court on August 2 for allegedly abusing his ex-girlfriend Chiara Passari.

The week before the US Open, on August 23, Kyrgios will get a new court date. If Kyrgios is represented by counsel, he is not obligated to appear in court that day “said The Age. Kyrgios is represented by lawyer Michael Kukulies-Smith of Canberra.

When asked about the charge’s specifics on Friday, Kukulies-Smith declined, stating that it would be improper while the case was in court.

Kyrgios declined to comment on the situation.

When Kyrgios won at Wimbledon, he was questioned about the accusations leveled against him.

Kyrgios said he had a lot to say about the situation, but he chose to follow the advice of his attorneys and hold off until the proceedings were through. Despite having a lot to say from his perspective, Kyrgios said, “I have been informed by my attorneys that I cannot say anything about it at this moment.”

However, Kyrgios withdrew from his first round match at the Atlanta Open due to a knee injury. He was supposed to compete this week. The fact that I can’t compete tonight has left me “very shattered,” Kyrgios added.

I’ve won this competition before, and right now I’m playing some of my greatest tennis ever. All I wanted to do was show you guys what I could do, but I’m not in the ideal physical condition right now to perform to the best of my ability.” Kyrgios will now make his comeback at the Citi Open in Washington the following week.