REFILE - QUALITY REPEAT Tennis - Madrid Open - Nick Kyrgios of Australia v Kei Nishikori of Japan- Madrid, Spain - 6/5/16 Kyrgios reacts. REUTERS/Susana Vera
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Tomic has drawn heavy criticism this week following his exit from the Madrid Open when, on match point against Fabio Fognini, he held the racquet by the strings and did not offer a shot to the Italian's serve.Chiller said both Tomic and Kyrgios, who has a history of abusing opponents, umpires and fans, were just two of the potential Rio Games athletes who were being monitored for their behaviour.Tennis Australia are obliged to nominate athletes of 'good standing', Chiller said. The Australian Olympic Committee has the final say on selections.
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