Nick Kyrgios SLAMS kid in the crowd with a ball leaving him in tears 1

Nick Kyrgios SLAMS kid in the crowd with a ball leaving him in tears

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Moment Nick Kyrgios leaves a young fan in tears after slamming a ball straight into his stomach at 120km/h but the boy IMMEDIATELY stops crying when tennis star gives him an incredible gift

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Nick Kyrgios accidentally hit a child in the crowd with a tennis ball, leaving him in tears.

But the little boy’s cries didn’t last for long – as the Aussie tennis legend left the court to hand the him a racquet.

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The result was the best smile of the whole tournament. 

Kyrgios meanwhile has been a lot more accurate within the lines, as he and best mate Thanasi Kokkinakis served out the first set 7-5 in their Australian Open quarter-final.  

Nick Kyrgios accidentally hit a child in the crowd with a tennis ball, leaving him in tears

Nick Kyrgios accidentally hit a child in the crowd with a tennis ball, leaving him in tears

Kyrgios held his hand over his mouth after he realised what he’d done, immediately running to the edge of the stand where the boy was seated.

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The child’s family saw the lighter side of the incident, smiling and reassuring him as he burst into ears.

The 26-year-old rant to the end of John Cain Arena offering his apologies before handing the boy his racquet.

The young fan’s eyes then lit up and a huge smile swept over his face. 

The boy burst into tears in attendance after being smashed with a rogue Kyrgios shot

The boy burst into tears in attendance after being smashed with a rogue Kyrgios shot

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But the little boy's cries didn't last for long - as the Aussie tennis legend left the court to hand the him a racquet

But the little boy’s cries didn’t last for long – as the Aussie tennis legend left the court to hand the him a racquet

Kokkinakis served out the opening set 7-5 for the Aussie pairing against New Zealand’s Michael Venus and Germany’s Tim Putz.

Venus was overheard complaining to the umpire following the set, saying he ‘doesn’t want to hear it’ after being warned over taking too long on his serve.

The Kiwi believed he was operating within the 25 second Grand Slam serve clock, aggressively pointing at the female official. 

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Kyrgios and Kokkinakis watched on as Venus refused to let the issue go, before the second set resumed. 

Thanasi Kokkinakis disciplines his teammate after he smashed the young supporter

Thanasi Kokkinakis disciplines his teammate after he smashed the young supporter

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