Tennis - Madrid Open - Nick Kyrgios of Australia v Kei Nishikori of Japan- Madrid, Spain - 6/5/16 Kyrgios returns the ball. REUTERS/Susana Vera
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If tennis player Nick Kyrgios has been chastened by a warning about his future behavior from Australia's chef de mission for the Rio Olympics, he is not showing it.The talented and hugely confident Kyrgios hit back with some cheeky humor from the Madrid Open, where he hit a stunning lob between his legs on his way to defeat at the hands of Kei Nishikori in the quarter-finals.Kyrgios, Australia's highest ranked player at number 21 in the world, combines a rare tennis talent with a reputation for firing insults at fellow players, officials and fans.Tennis Australia nominates athletes for Olympic selection and Kyrgios and 22nd-ranked Tomic are likely to head their picks for the Aug. 5-21 Olympics in Rio.
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