Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios hits pub AGAIN as he drowns sorrows after Wimbledon exits

Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios was seen at the pub once again last night after crashing out of Wimbledon, but there was no sign of the doubles partner who he had earlier invited to an ‘outrageous’ night out. 

Kyrgios lost to two-time Wimbledon champion Rafael Nadal in a bad-tempered three-hour match in the second round of the competition on Thursday, just hours after he was first seen in the Dog & Fox pub in the town at 11pm the night before.

And yesterday, he lost in the mixed doubles alongside partner Desirae Krawczyk before he openly flirted with her in the post-match press conference, saying, ‘We’ve got a club set up, it is going to be outrageous’. 

Last night, the star was once again seen in the Wimbledon pub with US player Reilly Opelka, who lost to Canadian Milos Raonic in straight sets yesterday, but there was no sign of Krawczyk.

Australian tennis badboy Nick Kyrgios was again seen drinking at the Dog & Fox pub in Wimbledon last night following Thursday night's defeat to Rafael Nadal in the second round

Australian tennis badboy Nick Kyrgios was again seen drinking at the Dog & Fox pub in Wimbledon last night following Thursday night's defeat to Rafael Nadal in the second round

Kyrgios was seen milling with other drinkers at the bar inside the pubc

Kyrgios was seen milling with other drinkers at the bar inside the pubc

Australian tennis badboy Nick Kyrgios was again seen drinking at the Dog & Fox pub in Wimbledon last night following Thursday night’s defeat to Rafael Nadal in the second round

Kyrgios lost to two-time Wimbledon champion Rafael Nadal in a bad-tempered three-hour match in the second round of the competition on Thursday, just hours after he was first seen in the Dog and Fox pub in the town at 11pm the night before. Above: Kyrgios (centre right) stands with US player Reilly Opelka (left)

Kyrgios lost to two-time Wimbledon champion Rafael Nadal in a bad-tempered three-hour match in the second round of the competition on Thursday, just hours after he was first seen in the Dog and Fox pub in the town at 11pm the night before. Above: Kyrgios (centre right) stands with US player Reilly Opelka (left)

Kyrgios lost to two-time Wimbledon champion Rafael Nadal in a bad-tempered three-hour match in the second round of the competition on Thursday, just hours after he was first seen in the Dog and Fox pub in the town at 11pm the night before. Above: Kyrgios (centre right) stands with US player Reilly Opelka (left)

And last night, the star was pictured at the same pub with US player Opelka, who lost to Canadian Milos Raonic in straight sets yesterday, as the pair chatted to other drinkers. Above: Revellers mill around the famous pair, who appeared to be happy to chat

And last night, the star was pictured at the same pub with US player Opelka, who lost to Canadian Milos Raonic in straight sets yesterday, as the pair chatted to other drinkers. Above: Revellers mill around the famous pair, who appeared to be happy to chat

And last night, the star was pictured at the same pub with US player Opelka, who lost to Canadian Milos Raonic in straight sets yesterday, as the pair chatted to other drinkers. Above: Revellers mill around the famous pair, who appeared to be happy to chat

Kyrgios was also pictured walking down the street while browsing his smartphone. He and Opelka had received a lot of attention in the pub, with fans wanting selfies

Kyrgios was also pictured walking down the street while browsing his smartphone. He and Opelka had received a lot of attention in the pub, with fans wanting selfies

Kyrgios was also pictured walking down the street while browsing his smartphone. He and Opelka had received a lot of attention in the pub, with fans wanting selfies

Kyrgios also lost in the mixed doubles yesterday with partner Desirae Krawczyk to Marcus Daniell and Jennifer Brady and the Australian openly flirted with Krawczyk, 25, during the post match press conference.   

Before the conference started, Kyrgios chatted to her about his plans for the evening – and asked her if she wanted to join him.

‘We’ve got a club set up, it’s going to be outrageous,’ Kyrgios said, not realising the microphones were on. 

Despite their defeats, both Kyrgios and Opelka appeared to be in a cheerful mood at the pub, with the Australian pictured drinking pints of beer and what appeared to be spirits. 

He was also pictured walking down the street while browsing his smartphone. 

The 6ft-11in Opelka garnered his own attention from fans, one of whom was pictured taking a picture of the enormous 21-year-old. 

Kyrgios (centre right with Opelka) also lost in the mixed doubles yesterday with partner Desirae Krawczyk to Marcus Daniell and Jennifer Brady and the Australian openly flirted with Krawczyk, 25, during the post match press conference

Kyrgios (centre right with Opelka) also lost in the mixed doubles yesterday with partner Desirae Krawczyk to Marcus Daniell and Jennifer Brady and the Australian openly flirted with Krawczyk, 25, during the post match press conference

Kyrgios (centre right with Opelka) also lost in the mixed doubles yesterday with partner Desirae Krawczyk to Marcus Daniell and Jennifer Brady and the Australian openly flirted with Krawczyk, 25, during the post match press conference

Before the conference started, Kyrgios chatted to Krawczyk about his plans for the evening - and asked her if she wanted to join him

Before the conference started, Kyrgios chatted to Krawczyk about his plans for the evening - and asked her if she wanted to join him

Kyrgios was seen heading into a taxi

Kyrgios was seen heading into a taxi

Before the conference started, Kyrgios chatted to Krawczyk about his plans for the evening – and asked her if she wanted to join him. Above: Kyrgios was seen heading into a taxi 

However, although both men were seen happily chatting to other drinkers, a small crowd of revellers could reportedly be heard chanting ‘You’re s***’ while pointing at the Aussie. 

The pair then left in a pair of taxis with a group of other drinkers to take them into central London to continue the party. 

In Thursday’s defeat to Nadal, Kyrgios took the second set against the brilliant Spaniard but ended up losing 3-6, 6-3, 6-7, 6-7. 

During the match, Kyrgios had served underarm, hit a 143mph second serve ace, abused the umpire, fired a return deliberately at Nadal, and been officially warned.

The star was first seen at the Dog and Fox the night before his crucial match with Nadal. 

Sports commentator Miguel Seabra said on Twitter: ‘I just had a toast with Nick Kyrgios at the Dog & Fox. He is completely relaxed, laughing with friends, chatting with girls, drinking. 

‘Quite an unorthodox preparation for tomorrow’s blockbuster, uh? I like it.’

Fans had a mixed reaction over the pre-match pub session, with some calling Kyrgios a ‘legend’ and others branding him a ‘disgrace’.  

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