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18 July 2017

Nick Kyrgios’s girlfriend Ajla Tomljanovic returns to social media

Tennis: Nick Kyrgios has purchased the most powerful muscle car available while working on his injury rehab ahead of the US Open.

Nick Kyrgios and Ajla Tomljanovic at the 2016 US Open, September 3. Picture: Jean Catuffe/GC Images

THE girlfriend of tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios has deleted all photos of the pair from her Instagram page in the wake of him partying with two leggy women after Wimbledon.

Ajla Tomljanovic, 24, a Croatian-Australian tennis pro, deactivated her social media after the images surfaced of Kyrgios leaving a nightclub with women in London two weeks ago.

Ms Tomljanovic has since reactivated her page and removed all loved up photos of the couple, who have been dating for two years.

It appears Ms Tomljanovic has also unfollowed her boyfriend, who still follows her, raising questions as to whether their romance is over.

Nick Kyrgios and Ajla Tomljanovic in their mixed doubles matchat the 2016 Australian Open. Picture: George Salpigtidis

Nick Kyrgios and Ajla Tomljanovic in their mixed doubles matchat the 2016 Australian Open. Picture: George SalpigtidisSource:News Corp Australia

Kyrgios, 22, came under fire for heading to a nightclub hours after retiring hurt from Wimbledon, pulling out of the tournament citing a hip injury after just 65 minutes on court.

He pocketed $65,000 for the loss.

The photographs of him partying with glamorous teens, Australian tennis player Monique Belovukovic and British rising star Chelsea Samways, both 18, raised eyebrows, showing the trio out all night, walking arm-in-arm and hugging each other.

Nick and Ajla in loved-up beach mode. Picture: Instagram

Nick and Ajla in loved-up beach mode. Picture: InstagramSource:Supplied

Ms Belovukovic and Ms Samways both defended the night out at the time, saying the pictures were blown out of proportion and that the three were just friends.

Kyrgios is focusing on his recovery ahead of the Citi Open in Washington in two weeks, telling Nine News yesterday he was confident he would be able to play in the tournament.

He posted a series of cryptic images on Instagram, one which showed him on the tennis court with a caption that read: “When people don’t know what’s going on in your life they speculate … When they think they know they fabricate.”

Another was of him in the gym in Canberra with the caption: “Working hard for what matters. #puttingthingsright.”

Kyrgios made headlines again this week when he called out grand slam legend Ken Rosewall after he said the image of Australian tennis was being tarnished by members of the current generation.

“Same shit everyday man. people need to stay in their lane,” Kyrgios tweeted.

“I’m sorry we can’t all be perfect like you ‘older players’ smh (shaking my head).”

Rosewall, who was at Wimbledon on the victory milestone anniversaries of Lew Hoad (1957), John Newcombe (’67) and Pat Cash (’87), said a lack of discipline was damaging Australian tennis.

“The players of today, because they’ve made more money, they think that they don’t need that discipline, and misbehave accordingly,” Rosewall said.

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