BY JAMES DUTTON
Rogers Cup, 2015
Questioned no doubt about his professionalism on a tennis court, Kyrgios wandered well over the line when a fiery match with Stan Wawrinka became personal.
It was perhaps a & # 39; heat of the moment & # 39; answer to a & # 39; lippy & # 39; opponent, but the Aussie didn't fool anyone after being caught by a microphone on the field who told his opponent: & Kokkinakis beat your girlfriend. Sorry I told you that mate. & # 39;
Kyrgios referred to his Davis Cup teammate Thanasi Kokkinakis, while Wawrinka was romantically connected to his now girlfriend Donna Vekic. It was a line that promotes a heavyweight boxing match rather than adorns a tennis court, and Wawrinka was deeply impressed by the apparent sleighs.
& # 39; I just hope the ATP takes major measures against him. He is young, but that is no excuse … every match, he behaves badly, "he said.
& # 39; The problem is that he not only behaves poorly towards himself, he behaves poorly towards the people around him, the other players, the ball children, the referees. I really hope that the ATP will take major action against him this time. & # 39;
He was fined £ 10,000 and was given a 28-day suspended sentence.
Australian Open, 2016
He could have let it go to voicemail. He could have turned it off. He could have left it in the dressing room.
For once Kyrgios escaped the punishment, but after this indiscretion eyebrows were still raised.
For a mixed double match in Melbourne three years ago, he answered a phone call while sitting down with partner Ajla Tomljanovic.
Officials investigated the incident, which had stunned Tomljanovic, but he avoided penalties because it was pre-match.
& # 39; Some of my friends called me, & # 39; Kyrgios said. When asked if it was something important, he replied: & # 39; Kind, not real & # 39 ;.
Kyrgios was called by a friend for a mixed double match in Melbourne in 2016
Tank accusations have followed Kyrgios throughout his career. He was booed at Wimbledon in 2015 due to a lack of effort in returning services from Richard Gasquet.
But when he did not return shots and served without difficulty at the Shanghai Masters in 2016, it earned him a three-month ban and a fine of £ 20,500.
At one point he knocked on one serve over the net and on another he ran out of the field before his opponent, Mischa Zverev, had brought the ball back.
When asked by fleet Ali Nili to act professionally after cursing, he replied: & # 39; Can you free up time so that I can finish this race and go home? & # 39;
He did not apologize for his behavior after the game and did not even focus on the fans.
& # 39; I owe nothing to them (the fans). It is my choice. If you don't like it, I didn't ask you to come and see. Just go away. Do you want to buy a ticket? Come and watch me. You know I'm unpredictable. It is your choice. I owe you nothing. Does not affect how I & # 39; sleep at night. & # 39;
Against Mischa Zverev in Shanghai in 2016, Kyrgios knocked a tame serve over the net
He then left the field before Zverev had even sent the serve back to win the point
Queen & # 39; s, 2018
Kyrgios believed that he shared a private moment with his player box when he mimicked a rough sexual act with a bottle of water during a break in a game.
Instead, the moment was broadcast to living rooms around the world when it was caught on live television during a defeat by Marin Cilic last year at Queen.
Kyrgios held his drinking bottle in the direction of his groin and seemed to pretend to masturbate.
After playing with his drinking bottle, he ended up spraying water on the floor and taking a sip before sharing a cheeky grin. He was fined £ 13,000.
Earlier in the week, he called & # 39; f *** & # 39; during his match against Kyle Edmund and forced BBC commentary to apologize for the foul language.
His answer when it was raised later? & # 39; Fine. I don't care & # 39 ;.
Kyrgios was caught on TV last year at a sex act with a bottle of water
Kyrgios somehow reached the age of 23, a world ranking of 18 and more than £ 5 million in prize money without knowing the rule of error.
At an embarrassing but hilarious moment in Wimbledon last year, referee James Keothavong had to sit down and teach the Aussie the rules of the game.
He was shown the middle line error rule by the British official during a break between sets in his second round match.
Keothavong stood with his feet behind the double tram line by his seat to explain.
He drew an imaginary extension of the middle sign and put his back foot on the other side of the field, which is against the rules.
The rules of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) state: & # 39; The server must not touch the imaginary extension of the middle mark with one foot. & # 39;
During last year's Wimbledon, Kyrgios had to learn the rule of error on crockery
Umpire James Keothavong sat down from his chair to teach the Aussie player the rules
Italian Open, 2019
Even according to Kyrgios standards, this collapse on one of the outdoor courts against Casper Ruud was incredible.
The Aussie allowed himself to be furious by spectators and became involved in an exchange with officials after being forced to forfeit a match to end up 2-1 in the decision maker.
Angrily throwing his racket on the floor, he threw the folding chair on the playing surface and then went into an explosively filled rage, screaming at the chair: & I give 100 percent to deal with f ***** * idiots like him, I'm done. I'm done ******. I'm done with ******* I don't give f ***. & # 39;
He then put his bag over his shoulder and walked the field of his own accord, but was officially given notice of default during the game.
Kyrgios hit his racket in the ground before he kicked something against the floor
Kyrgios grabbed a chair on the right side and hurled it toward the center of the court
Kyrgios' Center Court meeting with Rafael Nadal would always have an explosive outlook and so it turned out. He finally celebrated the Wimbledon pub The Dog and Fox until the early hours of the morning.
Not only did the Aussie serve forearm in the world No. 2, but he hit a forehand directly on Nadal and later claimed he wanted the ball to hit him.
Kyrgios then turned his anger on the chair referee because he seemed to work with a double standard when it came to the shot clock for the two players.
& # 39; Wow, you have so much power up there, & # 39; Kyrgios said.
& # 39; Look at yourself. Look at yourself. You are nobody. You think you are important. You have no idea what's going on. You are a shame. & # 39;
After the game, Kyrgios added: & # 39; I was angry with the ref. He is like: & # 39; No, I will tell him what I want to tell him. & # 39; I kind of like: & # 39; Oh, a bit of a power trip there. & # 39; He clearly feels pretty important when he sits up. He was just awful. I thought the way he dealt with the game was just bad. & # 39;
Kyrgios had a fight with umpire Damien Dumusois while taking on Nadal on SW19
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