Nick Kyrios, 27, the eccentric Australian tennis star known as ‘the bad guy on the court’, has admitted to being a ‘serious conspiracy theorist’. It does not rule out the lunar landing theory or the flat earth theory, and it has no idea what is true and what is false.
According to Fox News on the 23rd (Korean time), Kirios appeared on Logan Paul’s podcast (Impaulsive), a famous American social media influencer, and answered a question about the shape of the Earth, saying, “I don’t know what to believe now안전놀이터.” We can talk for hours about it,” he said.
The media mentioned Kyrie Irving of the Dallas Mavericks of the National Basketball Association (NBA), saying that Kyrios seems a little indifferent to whether the Earth is flat or spherical, but he is not the only player who is considered the former. He once completely disbelieved that the earth was round. But after that he took a step back. However, the lunar landing manipulation theory is still adhered to. The theory that the moon landing scene was filmed in a Hollywood studio is quite popular in the world.
“I don’t think the US has ever successfully launched a rocket,” Kirios said. When one of the hosts said that was not true, what about the pyramids in Egypt? Claimed to be made by aliens.
He said, “I don’t think pyramids were made by humans,” and gave his own rationale, saying, “The gates are incredibly large, but humans don’t need such great gates.”
Kyrios is famous for all sorts of eccentricities and hot-tempered personality. He even recently claimed to have a mental illness during a trial over assaulting his ex-girlfriend.
He is said to have received over 1 billion won in fines for arguing with referees or spectators during the game, swearing, and violent behavior.
His tennis skills are very good.
Following last year’s Australian Open men’s doubles win, he reached the Wimbledon men’s singles final, but was stopped by Novak Djokovic (Serbia), missing his first Grand Slam title in singles. He missed the Australian Open this year due to a knee injury.