Nick Kyrgios lost his U.S. Open match Tuesday night — and then he lost his mind … smashing two of his rackets on the court in an epic meltdown at the famous tennis tournament.

Kyrgios battled against Karen Khachanov for nearly four hours with a spot in the tourney’s semifinals on the line — but things started to go awry for the Australian in the fifth set.

Khachanov began taking over, and Kyrgios got frustrated by it — at one point appearing to yell loudly at people in the stands.

Then, after Khachanov sealed the victory 5-7, 6-4, 5-7, 7-6 (7-3), 4-6, Kyrgios exploded.

Video shot by spectators in the stands shows he hurled not one but two of his rackets onto the court — blowing them to smithereens.

Afterward, a downtrodden Kyrgios said he was heartbroken over the L.

“I feel like s***,” he said. “I feel like I’ve let so many people down. I just, I don’t know.”

“It’s just devastating,” he added. “Like, it’s heartbreaking.”

Kyrgios has become infamous for his meltdowns on the court — in fact, he was just sued by a fan after he screamed about her during the middle of a Wimbledon match in July.

No word when the 27-year-old will play next — but it’s clear he’s becoming must-see TV for both his actions on the playing surface … and off of it.

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