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  1. Tennis is a sport that doesn't involve bum-rushing your opponent like on a football field, slamming him into the plexiglass barriers of a hockey rink, or drawing fouls like on a basketball court. Referees don't rush out to break up fights between players, competitors and coaches aren't ejected from the games, and fans don't beat up others cheering for the other team. It's fair to say that tennis is a gentleman's sport...except when it isn't. While the likes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in men's tennis are busy being the world's sweethearts, one man, in particular, has proved that he isn't here to make friends. Over the past couple of years, tennis has found a new bad boy in Australia's Nick Kyrgios. He is young, brash and, like the honey badger, Kyrgios is all out of shits to give. Whether it's foul-mouthing an opponent or throwing unnecessary tantrums, the Australian has probably done it all. If Kim Kardashian's butt broke the internet, the usually gentlemanly world of tennis has been shattered by Kyrgios' loose tongue and on-court antics. © Reuters So, controversy's favourite child was at it again, hogging the limelight for all the wrong reasons in the ongoing Shanghai Masters. The Oz was busy fighting it out in the first round of the tournament before eventually suffering an early exit at the hands of his American counterpart Bradley Klahn in three sets. While the fact that Kyrgios was knocked out of the tournament in the first round by a player who was ranked 104th in the world was good enough to make him trend on the social media platforms, it was, once again, his on-field conduct that made him the subject of immense criticism. Nick Kyrgios lost his temper with chair umpire Damien Dumusois during another ignominious Shanghai Masters exit on Monday. More: https://t.co/sCLgtRtZow pic.twitter.com/umiin49MOk — Sky Sports Tennis ð¾ (@SkySportsTennis) October 8, 2018 In the second set, Kyrgios was warned by French umpire Damien Dumusois that his uninterested approach in the match was "really borderline". In reply, the Australian was heard saying "I don't care" before telling the umpire: "You have no right to tell me it's poor". Following his exchange with the umpire, Kyrgios served four aces in a row. After one missile of an ace scorched past his American opponent, he was heard shouting: "Was that borderline poor?". But, the Australian didn't stop there. The 23-year-old then told chair umpire Dumusois, "You know I literally could just go to the ATP office after this and say I felt put down from your comment and you'd be in trouble, right? I could literally just say I couldn't play after that because I just felt put down. You realise that, right? I'm not going to do it, but I'm just saying." That's so out of character for him ð¤ well as long as he didn't attack his opponent's coaching staff afterwards 𬠗 Jim Kemp (@Jiminez_Dirk) October 8, 2018 His comments, deemed unfit by many, had a major implication on his performance on the court, as the loudmouth Aussie, from being tied at 4-4 in the second round, went on to lose five consecutive games in the match. And, the scoreline 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 at the end said it all. Kyrgios has been fined in each of his last three appearances at the Shanghai Masters. He was docked $US10,000 for unsportsmanlike conduct after quitting in the middle of his first-round match last year. In 2016, Kyrgios was banned for eight weeks after being accused of deliberately losing a match. He should not be allowed to play! Let's not keep rewarding him for his childish behavior! Been watching tennis for 50 years, never have I seen such a joke! What's even worse ATP encourages his behavior, which leads me to believe they don't have any integrity! — Donnie Welborn (@DonnieTennis13) October 9, 2018 Over the years, many tennis bigwigs have voiced their concern over Kyrgios' ill-mannered conduct overshadowing his talent on the court. But, Federer seems to have had enough of the 'Kyrgios madness' as the 20-time Grand Slam champion fired a warning to the budding Australian tennis star. "I think it's really up to him (Kyrgios) where he wants to go and what his potential really holds. We don't really know and I don't think he really knows exactly what his potential is. And only through understanding work ethic and scheduling and whatever it might be, creating the right team around himself, only then can you unlock the potential really," Federer said of Kyrgios.
  2. Read/Recite - Download/Listen Online Audio Quran at fundayforum.com Al Quran with Urdu Translation by Imam Al Sadais and Shraim Listen audio Tilawat of Holy Quran القرآن الكريم online at fundayforum.com. Download Quran with Urdu translation and also listen Quran pak recitation online. Please read and share with others. A Full QURAN E PAK with urdu Audio Translation. You can listen from musicbox too 1 by 1 all Quran Surah or your can read and listen together from here. Quran with Urdu Translation – Reciting Holy Quran on regular basis is very much possible with the availability of online Audio Quran facility. Muslims all over the world can facilitate from this amazing service that can help you to listen to Holy Quran and interpret its meaning with the support of Urdu translations. You can even listen to Holy Quran along with English translations. This is surely an amazing service that can help you to earn blessings of Allah Almighty. Listen and encourage others to listen Audio Quran with Urdu translation that can help you to understand and implement the teachings of Holy Quran perfectly well. Following keywords and search terms describes this page properly like, Quran Majeed Online Reading, Quran Sharif, Quran Shareef, Listen Online Audio Quran in Urdu, Quran in English, Quran Mp3 audio download, Quran Karim, Listen Quran, Al Furqan Quran e Kareem, Qur’aan, Koran, Listen to Quran e Pak, Quran Tilawat and Quran translation. ↓↓↓↓↓
  3. Urooj Butt

    Listen I Promise

    Listen! I promise! I'll keep you in my heart How pearls dwell in shells How scent in roses How pages in a book How the life of a butterfly in the flower Listen I promise I'll keep you in my heart And these thousand mile distances would never come in between I'll feel your pain Your smile worth than my life Listen I promise If you'd hurt me I won't say a word If you'd neglect I won't complain If you'll put my heart on fire I'll catch the flames Trust me I'll never betray Listen I promise I promise
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