Nick Kyrgios receives one last Wimbledon fine from final following two other incidents

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Nick Kyrgios has been slapped with one last fine by the All England Club following his run to the Wimbledon final. The world No 40 lost to Novak Djokovic in four sets on Sunday and earned himself a £3k bill for an audible obscenity warning, making his total for the fortnight exctly £15k.

Kyrgios has received a parting punishment from the All England Club following his 4-6 6-3 6-4 7-6(3) defeat to Djokovic in Sunday’s mens final. The 27-year-old received an audible obscenity warning when he was left frustrated by a spectator shouting between his serves.

The Aussie asked chair umpire Renaud Lichtenstein for a first serve after he was distracted and proceeded to hit a double fault, muttering: “It’s a fucking joke.” He received a warning before asking for a woman who appeared to have had “700 drinks” to be removed from the stands.

And he has now been billed £3,000 for the warning, on top of the £12,000 in fines he had totted up during the rest of the fortnight. His first and biggest bill came in the opening round against Paul Jubb, when he called a linesperson a “snitch” and confessed to purposefully spitting in the direction of a spectator.

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