ROGER FEDERER AVOIDS ANSWERING NICK KYRGIOS QUESTION AFTER SHOCK CINCINNATI MASTERS DEFEAT

ROGER FEDERER was in no mood to discuss Nick Kyrgios' latest antics after he was knocked out of the Cincinnati Masters.

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Nick Kyrgios PhotoNick Kyrgios: Nick Kyrgios is an Australian tennis player who won the boy's singles event at the 2013 Australian Open.
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