Nick Kyrgios, the Australian tennis star made a cheeky comment on Novak Djokovic's Instagram post, where the world number one shared a video of him arriving at Wimbledon and tasting the grass, a tradition he does whenever he wins the title. Referring to last year's Wimbledon final, where he faced Djokovic for the first time in a Grand Slam.

Kyrgios played a brilliant first set and took it 6-4, but Djokovic showed his mental strength and resilience to come back and win the next three sets 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (3). It was Djokovic's seventh Wimbledon title and his 21st Grand Slam overall, putting him one behind Rafael Nadal's record of 22.

Djokovic celebrated his victory by plucking a blade of grass and putting it in his mouth, as he has done six times before at the All England Club. Kyrgios watched from the other side of the net, disappointed but respectful of his opponent's achievement. "Remembering the taste and hungry for more," Djokovic wrote in the caption.

"Please don’t eat the grass in front of me again. But if you win again, I’m taking you for some drinks this time," Kyrgios commented under the post. Wimbledon’s official account also commented with two laughing emojis along with Argentinian tennis player Federico Coria who wrote, “Uff” with two fire emojis.

In a recent Netflix documentary, Kyrgios praised Djokovic's composure and said he played "lights out" in the final. The Australian also admitted that he did not want to be behind Djokovic, who kept his calm in crucial moments.

Kyrgios and Djokovic could meet again at this year's Wimbledon, which starts on Monday. However, Kyrgios' participation is uncertain, as he has withdrawn from two grass-court events in Germany and Spain due to injury. Djokovic, meanwhile, is aiming for his eighth Wimbledon title and his fourth consecutive Grand Slam of the year.