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The Aussie tennis bad boy was victorious over Britain's Paul Jubb, winning 3-6, 6-1, 7-5, 6-7 (3/7), 7-5 in the first round on Wednesday.
But it didn't take long for the 27-year-old to return to his old antics, calling a lineswoman a 'snitch', spitting in a spectator's direction and smashing a ball into the crowd.
The tension continued in his post-match interview, where he was bizarrely seen tucking into a box of sushi between answering questions.
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Nick Kyrgios has unleashed on 'disrespectful' fans at Wimbledon in a fiery interview where he spent most of it shovelling down sushi
The tennis bad boy won the first round in Wimbledon on Wednesday morning but the match was filled with controversy after he spat towards a spectator and lashed out at umpires
'A lot of disrespect was being thrown today from the crowds,' he said having called for some fans to be removed as early as the first set.
'I'm just starting to think that it's normal when it's really not.
'I didn't say anything to the crowd until they started just every time I came down to the far end, people just going. It's just I don't know if it's normal or not.
'Just pure disrespect, just anything. Someone just yelled out I was s**t in the crowd today. Is that normal? No. I just don't understand why it's happening over and over again.
'Have you ever gone to a supermarket and just started berating someone scanning the groceries? No. So why do they do it when I'm at Wimbledon? Why is that?'.
Nick Kyrgios has admitted to spitting in the direction of an abusive spectator at Wimbledon
His meal mid-conference angered many tennis fans who accused him of being disrespectful.
'You are disrespectful for eating whilst being