Nick Kyrgios was fined $ 113,000 by the ATP for his outburst Wednesday at the Western and Southern Open.
Kyrgios was fined for ball abuse, five unsportsmanlike conduct
In addition to the fines, the ATP said it was warranted under the penalties, leaving the court, audible obscenity and verbal abuse during his loss to Karen Khachanov Player Major Offense guidelines.
Fergus Murphy was the catalyst for the latest Kyrgios rant, with the Aussie loudly criticizing Murphy's actions between and between points.
Kyrgios requested a toilet break, which Murphy denied, but he left the court anyway, taking two rackets with him. He returned about two seconds later with two broken rackets.
Back on court, he continued his verbal onslaught against Murphy in the final set, claiming the umpire was unfair to him every time he officiates his matches.
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Khachanov won the match, 6-7 (3), 7-6 (4), 6-2.
Kyrgios is a 24-year-old Australian who is ranked 27th this week. He is a volatile assassinator in trouble for on-court actions, including getting kicked out of the Italian Open in May after being thrown in a chair and being suspended by the ATP in 2016 Masters.
Earlier this month, Kyrgios won the Citi Open title in Washington and said he had turned a page into his professional and personal lives. Entering the Cincinnati tournament, Kyrgios had career earnings of $ 7,773,193.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.