A heated argument has forced South Australian police officers to step in and place Nick Kyrgios and his partner into separate hotel quarantine rooms.
The 26-year-old tennis star and his girlfriend Chiara Passari were sharing a hotel room in Adelaide, following Kyrgios' stint with Team World in the Laver Cup in Boston, and the US Open.
However, police were called to their hotel room to investigate a heated argument on Thursday afternoon.
Passari's social media posts suggest it began after she received alleged proof of prior indiscretions.
"Police were alerted to a verbal argument between two occupants within a Medi-hotel," a police spokesperson said.
"An investigation was conducted, no offences were disclosed and both parties will now spend the remainder of their quarantine in separate rooms."
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The following day Passari conducted a Q&A on Instagram revealing information about the couple's relationship and message exchanges between the two.
Whilst she was conducting the Q&A, Kyrgios was posting about video games and the NBA on his own Instagram account.
Kyrgios is yet to make a comment on the incident or the allegations by Passari. The Canberra Times has reached out to his management for comment.
Due to a knee injury, the Canberran is not expected to be back on the court until the 2022 Australian Open.
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