Nick Kyrgios fined again for his behaviour at Miami Open match against Jannik Sinner

Nick was also fined  $25,000 at the Indian Wells Masters’ match against Rafael Nadal where he was recorded losing his temper and smashing his racquet in anger that almost hitting a ball boy.

Nick Kyrgios is fined again and this time for his behaviour at the Maimi Open match against Jannik Sinner where he lost against the Italian at the Round of 16 match on Tuesday. According to New York Times tennis correspondent Christopher Clarey, the Australian tennis player is fined $30,000.

The 26-year-old from Australia was seen arguing with umpire and destroying his racquet in outrage. The wild card entered player was fined $5,000 for an audible obscenity, $10,000 for unsportsmanlike conduct and $20,000 for verbal abuse, said ATP.

Nick was also fined  $25,000 previously at the Indian Wells Masters’ quarterfinals match against Rafael Nadal where he was recorded losing his temper and smashing his racquet in anger that almost hit a ball boy. The continuous unsportsmanlike conduct by the Australian Open 2022 doubles champion could lead him to a suspension by ATP, says Christopher Clarey.

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