Nick Kyrigos is the most polarising player in tennis.
The 21-year-old Aussie is widely considered one of the most talented up-and-comers on tour, a natural athlete with a massive serve and incredible shot-making ability. His penchant for trick shots is simply unparalleled.
On the other hand, Kyrgios also regularly gets into arguments with the chair umpire or fans in the bleachers, occasionally takes off full points, or games, or sets, and he’s good for at least one smashed racket per match.
Kyrgios is also, apparently, a blossoming entrepreneur.
On Wednesday, he took to Facebook to announce that his BMW F80 M3 2015 is for sale. According to Business Insider Senior Transportation Reporter Benjamin Zhang, the ride (note the steering wheel is on the car’s right side) is likely in the ballpark of $100,000.
If you want to buy it, you’ll have to send Nick a note in his inbox.
Believe it or not, some Facebook users took to the comments section to give Kyrgios a hard time. Kyrgios, being Krygios, gave it back to them.
Kyrgios is currently ranked 16th in the world. Last week, he fell to Roger Federer in three tiebreaker sets at the Miami Open. According to ESPN, he’s earned a cool $US648,579 in 2017.
If he can cut a deal with a Facebook user for his Beemer, the money will be similar to if he played a tournament. The only difference is — we think — fewer broken tennis racquets.
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