Nick Krygios’ girlfriend shares another VERY cryptic post about ‘fame’ and ‘domestic violence’


‘Domestic violence will never be OK’: A cryptic post by Nick Krygios’ glamorous girlfriend resurfaces as the the tennis star walks off and refuses to play in an Australian Open warm-up event

  • Chiara Passari’s mysterious Instagram story was first shared a few weeks ago
  • The cryptic post, which referenced domestic violence, resurfaced on Thursday 
  • Ms Passari has been dating Aussie tennis player Nick Kyrgios since July last year

Australian tennis player Nick Krygios’ glamorous girlfriend has shared a cryptic social media post about ‘fame’ and domestic violence’.

Chiara Passari’s mysterious Instagram story was first shared in the early hours of the morning a few weeks ago.

The post resurfaced on Thursday, just hours after the tennis bad boy stormed off the court and launched a tirade of abuse at the umpire during a warm-up match in Melbourne.

The story read: ‘Domestic violence and emotional abuse will never be ok. “Talent” doesn’t deserve fans when that’s the type of person you are’. 

Pictured: Nick Krygios with his girlfriend Chiara Passari. The couple have been dating since at least June

Pictured: Nick Krygios with his girlfriend Chiara Passari. The couple have been dating since at least June

Pictured: The cryptic message by Chiara Passari. 'Domestic violence and emotional abuse will never be ok. "Talent" doesn't deserve fans when that's the type of person you are,' she wrote

Pictured: The cryptic message by Chiara Passari. ‘Domestic violence and emotional abuse will never be ok. “Talent” doesn’t deserve fans when that’s the type of person you are,’ she wrote

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Nick Kyrgios for comment. 

It is not suggested that Ms Passari was speaking about Kyrgios.

The post was one of two ambiguous messages shared by the brunette this year.

In an Instagram story posted on Tuesday, she wrote: ‘Cheaters always want you to be loyal while they’re being unfaithful’.

Ms Passari, whose Instagram bio is ‘Trust yourself, no one else’, captioned the post with ‘It keeps getting better y’all’. 

She added three upside down smile emojis to the post, but it is not known who the message was directed at.

The world number 47, who has been dating Ms Passari since at least June last year, is currently preparing for this year’s Australian Open, which starts on February 8.

On Wednesday evening, Kyrgios call the umpire a ‘smart arse’ during his straight sets win over fellow Australian Harry Bourchier in a warm-up event in Melbourne. 

Ms Passari's Instagram bio is 'Trust yourself, no one else', captioned the post with 'It keeps getting better y'all'

Ms Passari’s Instagram bio is ‘Trust yourself, no one else’, captioned the post with ‘It keeps getting better y’all’

Kyrgios confirmed his relationship with Ms Passari by posting a series of gushing tributes to his beau on Instagram (pictured together)

Kyrgios confirmed his relationship with Ms Passari by posting a series of gushing tributes to his beau on Instagram (pictured together)

In an Instagram story posted on Tuesday, she wrote: 'Cheaters always want you to be loyal while they're being unfaithful'

In an Instagram story posted on Tuesday, she wrote: ‘Cheaters always want you to be loyal while they’re being unfaithful’ 

The tennis star fought off three set points in the second-set tiebreak before finally getting over the top of the world No.303, but the biggest talking point came in the second set when Kyrgios was called for a time violation on his serve.

The issue had been brewing all match, with Kyrgios venting his anger at the chair umpire for repeatedly hurrying him whenever he walked back to grab a towel to wipe off sweat. 

Kyrgios immediately refused to continue to play when he was called for the time violation late in the second set, with the world No.47 demanding to speak to the match supervisor.

Nick Kyrgios (pictured) refused to play for several minutes after receiving a time violation

Nick Kyrgios (pictured) refused to play for several minutes after receiving a time violation

The 25-year-old (pictured right) didn't hold back when the supervisor (pictured left) arrived, labelling the chair umpire (pictured top left) a 'smart arse'

The 25-year-old (pictured right) didn’t hold back when the supervisor (pictured left) arrived, labelling the chair umpire (pictured top left) a ‘smart arse’

Kyrgios argued he had already started his serving motion when the serving clock struck zero.

The 25-year-old didn’t hold back when the supervisor arrived, labelling the chair umpire a ‘smart arse’. 

‘Tennis is not about the umpires,’ Kyrgios said.

‘He’s an extra to make sure all this s**t goes smoothly.

‘I was in the motion of serving. Every technique is different. I wasn’t bouncing the ball.’ 

Kyrgios (pictured) argued he had already started his serving motion when the serving clock struck zero

Kyrgios (pictured) argued he had already started his serving motion when the serving clock struck zero

Kyrgios only agreed to continue playing when the supervisor assured him he wouldn’t be fined. 

Bourchier saved two match points in the 12th game of the second set, but he blew his three set points in the tie break.

Kyrgios held his nerve to secure the win in 85 minutes, setting up a third-round clash with world No 25 Borna Coric at the Murray River Open.



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