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Nick Kyrgios Not Apologizing for Attempting to Hit Rafael Nadal with Ball

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Nick Kyrgios is not willing to offer an apology for attempting to hit Rafael Nadal with a ball during this intense second-round Wimbledon on Thursday.

Kyrgios aimed a forehand at Nadal, who was able to deflect it with a his racket and glared back at Kyrgios. Things did not further escalate, and Nadal went on to win 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (5) 7-6 (3).

Kyrgios brought that fire to his postgame news conference where he admitted to attempting to hit Nadal with the ball, while refusing to apologize for it.

“Why would I apologize? I mean, the dude has got how many Slams, how much money in the bank account?” Kyrgios said, according to ESPN UK’s Rob Bartlett. “I think he can take a ball to the chest, bro. I’m not going to apologize to him at all.”

Nadal stated that he was more concerned for the safety of the crowd.

“I don’t say Nick does this stuff to bother the opponent, but [it] is true that sometimes he’s dangerous. When he hit the ball like this, [it] is dangerous,” Nadal said. “[It] is not dangerous for me, [it] is dangerous for a line referee, dangerous for a crowd. When you hit the ball like this, you don’t know where the ball goes.

“I know he’s a big, talented player, but I am a professional player, too. I know when you hit this kind of ball, the ball can go anywhere. This time the ball went in, [it] almost hit me, no problem. I am professional, so I know how to avoid this. But another one, the ball goes straight to the back. So have been dangerous moment for the line umpire. That ball hits an eye or something like this, is a problem. That’s it.”

Kyrgios aired his issues with the umpire, who he called “horrendous”.

“I’m serving, I’m like starting my routine. Rafa said, ‘Stop.’ The rule is like, ‘Play to the speed of the server.’ Why do I have to wait for him to get into his rhythm every time?” Kyrgios said. “I got angry at the ref. He’s like, ‘No, I’ll tell him what I want to tell him.’ I was like, ‘Oh, a little bit of a power trip there.’ He obviously feels pretty important sitting up in the chair. He was just terrible. I thought the way he handled the match was just bad.”

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Renowned Healer Sifu Matthew Helping Athletes

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Sifu Matthew, Kung Fu Master, renowned international wellness expert, and healer to pro athletes and the stars is offering his unique healing and fitness methods around the country.

Sifu Matthew, who is known as “The Injury Whisperer,” is a Kung Fu Master, world renowned healer, athletic performance expert and founder of The Martial Arts of Wellness (MAOW™), and has helped thousands heal from injuries and conditions that did not respond to any other form of treatment, proving to be a unique and beneficial resource in the wellness industry.

Matthew has become particularly valuable to athletes, and has helped a number of NBA stars, NFL greats, professional athletes, Hollywood celebrities, business executives, Goop, and even those in the military.

Matthew’s approach is unique. He has developed a reputation for his ability to rapidly heal body tissues, ligaments, nerves, and bones using the electromagnetism of his own body, and many athletes have raved about his treatment in relation to their own injuries and health issues.

Take former NFL running back and Pro Football Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson, for example.

Dickerson made a name for himself for his incredible career in the NFL, playing for teams such as the Los Angeles Rams, Indianapolis Colts, Oakland Raiders and Atlanta Falcons amassing 13, 259 yards on the ground and scoring 90 touchdowns.

Dickerson, who has dealt with injuries, went to Matthew for help in healing his broken finger and experienced tremendous results, as you can see in the video below.

Dickerson’s high praise of Matthew’s methods speak volumes as to how beneficial his treatment has been for many people.

Matthew is currently participating in a healing study at a leading university research hospital that is documenting the science of his healing method to affect swift change in an array of conditions, and he currently runs programs at the prestigious Hale Clinic in London and is instituting customized MAOW™ wellness programs across the globe at leading medical and wellness spas.

Matthew is now in residence at the Carillon Resort & Spa, located in Miami Beach, Florida, where he offers his healing and fitness methods.

Additionally, you can find Matthew at the Carillon promoting his Healing Warrior Force Retreats, for both men and women, taking place at the Carillon during the month of September.

For more information about Sifu Matthew, his methods, and how you can find out more about his groundbreaking methods, please visit his website.

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Rafael Nadal Wins 19th Grand Slam Trophy

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Rafael Nadal edged out Daniil Ledvedev to win his 19th Grand Slam trophy in the US Open final.

Nadal narrowly defeated Ledvedev 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-4 victory in 4 hours, 50 minutes, an exciting match filled with plenty of drama and impressive, highlight reel play from both men.

“An amazing final. Seems that I had, more or less, the match under control,” Nadal said, according to ESPN. “One of the most emotional nights of my tennis career.”

“The nerves were so high,” Nadal said. “A crazy match.”

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Eskimos Sign Matthieu Betts

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The Edmonton Eskimos have agreed to terms with outside linebacker/defensive end Matthieu Betts, according to TSN’s Farhan Lalji.

Betts, 24, was drafted by Edmonton with the third overall pick in the 2019 CFL Draft, but signed with the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent in April.

Betts was cut when rosters were trimmed to 53-players.

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