Nick Kyrgios lashes out at crowd for booing at him in epic Mexican Open ...

'What is wrong with these people?' Nick Kyrgios lashes out at crowd for booing at him as he takes a moment to strap up his bleeding hand in an epic clash with Stan Wawrinka Nick Kyrgios embroiled in yet another on-court drama at the Mexican Open Lashed at booing fans and clashed with the chair umpire during semi-final Made spectacular fall during the opening set and required treatment to his hand  Tennis bad boy went on to upset Swiss ace Stan Wawrinka in fiery grudge match Comes after causing more controversy during earlier upset against Rafael Nadal

By Kylie Stevens and Aidan Wondracz For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 06:54 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 06:54 GMT, 1 March 2019

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Australian tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios has lashed out in yet another on-court tantrum, this time at jeering fans during a drama-filled quarter final showdown at the Mexican Open.

Kyrgios met Swiss top seed Stan Wawrinka in a fiery grudge match that was plagued with drama from the outset on Thursday night.  

The latest on-court drama comes after Kyrgios sparked a war of words with world number two Rafael Nadal when the defeated Spaniard said the controversial Australian star needed to show more respect to himself, his opponents and the crowd.

Fans jeered Kyrgios as he arrived on court on Friday before the booing erupted again shortly afterwards when he took a tumble in the opening game of the match.

Nick Kyrgios lashed out at jeering fans after he called for a medical timeout in his Mexican Open quarter final showdown against Swiss ace Stan Wawrinka

Nick Kyrgios lashed out at jeering fans after he called for a medical timeout in his Mexican Open quarter final showdown against Swiss ace Stan Wawrinka

The Australian player lost his footing and fell onto his racquet hand as he tumbled onto the surface. 

Kyrgios called for a medical timeout to be treated for a bloodied cut on his hand, which sparked boos from Mexican crowd.

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