NICK KYRGIOS has been slapped with ANOTHER fine by Wimbledon chiefs following his outburst in Sunday’s final – taking his total to a staggering £15,000.
The Aussie hothead, 27, was overheard swearing during an incredible meltdown on Centre Court during his defeat to Novak Djokovic.
Kyrgios has been fined £3,200 for what officials called an “audible obscenity”.
That takes his total SW19 fines tally to a staggering £15,000.
During his five-set first-round win over Brit Paul Jubb, Kyrgios admitted to spitting in the direction of a fan who was getting under his skin.
He was fined £8,211 for the incident.
Kyrgios then received a £3,200 fine for slamming the match officials during his fiery win over Stefanos Tsitsipas – who was also fined.
The Australian reached the final after Rafael Nadal withdrew from the tournament ahead of their semi-final with a torn abdominal muscle.
He won the first set, but lost the second – and his temper…
Kyrgios was overheard swearing at his box, including girlfriend Costeen Hatzi and sister Halimah, after dropping the second set.
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The controversial Canberra ace roared: “Do you f***ing care at all?
“Just say something… is this not a big enough moment for you?”
The outburst was picked up on the BBC broadcast and was overheard by the Royal Box including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and eight-year-old heir to the throne Prince George.
Kyrgios was later heard mumbling “it’s a f***ing joke” after he was seemingly distracted on his first serve, before going on to double-fault.
The Aussie had demanded a second crack at his first serve, but had his request denied.
He also ranted to the umpire about a heckling fan who had “700 drinks”.
The supporter in question later hit back saying she was trying to give him her backing… and had only had one Pimm’s and one glass of rosé.
Kyrgios had got off to the perfect start in his first-ever Grand Slam final.
He charged to the first set 6-4 as he looked to deny Djokovic his fourth-straight Wimbledon crown.
However, the fiery star began to lose his cool as the Serbian, 35, fought back.
Djokovic eventually ran out 4-6 6-3 6-4 7-6 to win his seventh Wimbledon title and 21st Grand Slam – now sitting just one behind Nadal.