"I'm not going to entertain that too much".
Australian firebrand Nick Kyrgios has expressed an interest in joining his country's Olympic team in Tokyo, four years after withdrawing from the Rio Games in controversial circumstances.
Kyrgios levelled a cutting sledge at Zverev on Tuesday night in a since-deleted tweet.
The official Australian Open twitter account then stirred the pot by posting a video of the failed tweener with a cheeky request to Kyrgios.
Kyrgios said ahead of the tournament he was finding it hard to concentrate on his home Grand Slam after the emotions sparked by the fires that have devastated huge tracts of Australia.
"He's a great player".
McEnroe's words left Kyrgios speechless on court, coming after the player had rallied Australian tennis players and the national federation to donate for bushfire relief.
"So, yeah, I mean, I would obviously love to be there".
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He made the suggestion, he said, "so nobody could fabricate claims" against him. Mr. da Silva was later convicted and incarcerated. Moro didn't deny the existence of the messages.
"I think Stefanos (Tsitsipas) is better than him".
Zverev told media in Melbourne that "there's a lot of young guys that are right now, no offence, just better than (Kyrgios)".
Kyrgios beat Lorenzo Sonego 6-2, 7-6 (3), 7-6 (1) in his first-round match at Melbourne Arena, which was delayed for a couple of minutes in the second set when the lights went out.
Renowned tennis commentator, Sam Smith, a leading voice of Nine's Australian Open coverage, said the question was "awful" but was unsurprised by the unnamed journalist's lack of sensitivity.
"Things are still pretty tough but I was excited to play in the Australian Open as it's my favourite grand slam", she said, before adding, "I have good memories from it".
Despite appearing at ease during the match, Kyrgios admitted being edgy as he took to the court, particularly given the focus on the Australian bushfires and his involvement in raising funds, saying he was playing "for a lot of people".
"The crowd was unbelievable". I feel super comfortable and I feel the support. "I'm going to tear up again!"