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Nick Kyrgios claims he’d ‘get a few subscribers’ if he joined OnlyFans

Nick Kyrgios confidently claims he’d ‘get a few subscribers’ if he joined OnlyFans during an intense game of Guess Who? with comedian Andy Lee

He’s the Australian tennis bad boy who soared through to the third round of the Australian Open this week.

But Nick Kyrgios played a very different game on Thursday, as he joined comedian Andy Lee for a hilarious variant of the classic board game Guess Who?

During the intense session, the 25-year-old sports star confidently joked he would ‘get a few subscribers’ on OnlyFans, as he bantered with Andy over the table.

Hilarious: Nick Kyrgios joined comedian Andy Lee for a variant of the classic board game Guess Who? this week 

Guess Whom? – which Andy renamed due to copyright reasons – involves the players attempting to guess their opponent’s character based on a series of yes-or-no questions.

Instead of the usual cartoon characters given in the game, the pair played with celebrities – with Andy trying to guess Nick’s Donald Trump card, while the tennis player attempted to guess Andy’s character of Britney Spears.

Andy cheekily said to Nick: ‘If that character started an OnlyFans account posting nudes, would they got a lot of subscribers?’

Funny: Andy cheekily said to Nick: 'If that character started an OnlyFans account posting nudes, would they got a lot of subscribers?'

Funny: Andy cheekily said to Nick: ‘If that character started an OnlyFans account posting nudes, would they got a lot of subscribers?’

Confident: In answer to his OnlyFans question, Nick responded: ''I reckon I would!'

Confident: In answer to his OnlyFans question, Nick responded: ”I reckon I would!’

Looking at his Donald Trump card, Nick laughed: ‘I think they would, but I personally wouldn’t subscribe.’

Andy then eliminated The Queen, Sacha Baron Cohen and Bill Gates.

The Cube host then looked to Nick and said: ‘…Would you get a few subscribers?’

To which the cheeky tennis star responded: ‘I reckon I would!’

Aussie spirit: Meanwhile, Nick will join fellow Aussie Thanasi Kokkinakis (left) for a doubles team-up in the next Australian Open match on Thursday evening

Aussie spirit: Meanwhile, Nick will join fellow Aussie Thanasi Kokkinakis (left) for a doubles team-up in the next Australian Open match on Thursday evening 

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Meanwhile, Nick will join fellow Aussie Thanasi Kokkinakis for a doubles team-up in the next Australian Open match on Thursday evening.

Nick – who is currently world No.47 – will then play world No.3, Dominic Thiem in singles on Friday.

The race continues: Nick - who is currently world No.47 - will then play world No.3, Dominic Thiem in singles on Friday

The race continues: Nick – who is currently world No.47 – will then play world No.3, Dominic Thiem in singles on Friday 

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