Meanwhile, an ATP supervisor ruled that Kyrgios should be fined for two counts of code violation.
A fine was imposed for unsportsmanlike behavior in the opening match, followed by another one for his ill behavior in the following game against Auger-Aliassime.
Kyrgios also lost his cool during the press conference, blaming ATP of double standards, for not penalizing match officials over wrong calls.
Kyrgios was earlier disqualified from Rome Open
Kyrgios has a long history of bizarre on-court behavior. His previous instance was back in last month during the Rome Open, where he was disqualified for inappropriate conduct. He had abused officials, while he threw a chair onto the court.
Kyrgios should be careful before things get serious
Kyrgios is famous for his ill behavior and foul words against other top players.
It is such an attitude that fans don't respect him, as they make fun of him during matches, which in return freaks him out further.
The author believes he should keep his emotions in check.
If this continues, he could face harsher punishments in the future.