Nick Kyrgios Heavily Fined For His ‘Vulgar Act’ At Queen’s

The ‘Vulgar Act’ At Queen’s. Nick Kyrgios the 23-year-old Aussie is in trouble yet again. He’s been fined $ 23,500 for a ‘disgraceful act’ during his loss in the semis at Queen’s. Nick Kyrgios has been fined for enacting an obscene act with a water bottle at Queen’s.

He was beaten by Marin Cilic in the semis who further went on to win the Fever Tree Championship. Nick Kyrgios was beaten 7-6 (7-3) 7-6(4) in the semis by Marin Cilic and then he won a tough battle against Novak Djokovic to win his 18th career title. 

Nick Kyrgios was found guilty of ‘inappropriate behaviour’ by the ATP. The disgraceful action by Nick Kyrgios also made host broadcaster BBC to apologise. This was the second time within a week that BBC had to apologise because of Nick Kyrgios.

Nick Kyrgios later said that he didn’t care if the BBC has to issue an apology. 

Not For The First Time in Such Controversies:

This isn’t the first time he’s in trouble with the tennis officials. Even in 2015, he was found guilty of swearing. In 2017 he was in trouble again when he threw his racquet in anger and even now he continues to sail in troubled waters.

Fans, however, believe that he is one of the very rare entertaining characters in the game. Besides all this drama he’s looked in good form on grass courts. He would now hope to have a good time at Wimbledon which begins on July 2. 

Talking about Wimbledon he said that he would not count himself as a contender for the trophy and will keep his expectations really low.

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