Chaotic king of tennis Nick Kyrgios has officially entered the chat and it looks like Novak Djokovic is copping a serve.

Usually, I give precisely zero shits about tennis. Unless Kyrgios is stirring shit with ~somebody~, I simply don’t care for it.

But thanks to Aunty Rona, this year’s Australian Open is an absolute dumpster fire of quarantining tennis players and girlfriends who have seemingly lost the ability to wash their own hair, and my best boy Kyrgios is here to put them all in their place.

Kyrgios took to Twitter overnight to call anti-vaxxer Novak Djokovic a “tool”, while also taking a swipe at Bernard Tomic’s girlfriend.

“Djokovic is a tool. I don’t mind Bernie but his Mrs obviously has no perspective, ridiculous scenes,” he tweeted.

Honestly, give Kyrgios the trophy purely for being an absolute king.

The comment comes after a bunch of tennis players, including Djokovic and Tomic – as well as his girlfriend Vanessa Sierra – were forced into a mandatory quarantine af ter COVID-19 was detected on their flight to Australia.

Naturally, Djokovic was quick to respond with a list of demands for the quarantined players, which likely would’ve been taken more seriously if he hadn’t already outed himself as an anti-vaxxer.

But Kyrgios didn’t stop there, he also took a swipe at Bernard Tomic’s girlfriend, former Love Island star Vanessa Sierra, who straight-up claimed the hardest part about quarantine is having to wash her own hair.

“This is the worst part of quarantine: I don’t wash my own hair. I’ve never washed my own hair. It’s just not something that I do. I normally have hairdressers that do it twice a week for me, so this is the situation that we’re dealing with,” Sierra said.

Hey Siri, play Good Charlotte’s Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous…

As it currently stands seventy-two players across three planes have been deemed close contacts of the four COVID case detected on inbound Australian flights. All close contacts have been forced into a mandatory 14-day quarantine before the event kicks off next month.