Nick Kyrgios has to pay 113,000 dollars
Tennis player Nick Kyrgios has been fined for his rage at the Masters in Cincinnati, Ohio. As the players' association ATP announced, the 24-year-old Australian must pay 113,000 US dollars (just under 102,000 euros).
Kyrgios had destroyed two of his thugs in the catacombs during the second round match against Russian Karen Khachanov, after Irish referee Fergus Murphy denied him a rest period due to lack of time at the end of the second set. He had also spit in the direction of the referee. In addition, the world ranking 27th. Spectators with his shoes.
"He really has a great talent, but sometimes he has his head in the wrong place," said opponent Khachanov, who took advantage of the restlessness of his counterpart and after sentence arrears made the round of 16 knockout in three sets perfect.
Kyrgios was also warned by the ATP that he could face a suspension as soon as a full investigation had taken place. Only a week and a half ago he had celebrated his sixth tournament victory in Washington.