The ATP does not suspend Kyrgios: fine of 20,000 euros

For now, the Australian will continue playing on the circuit. The punishment is economic, loss of points and also the prize money accumulated (33,635 euros).


La ATP, for now, decided not to suspend Nick Kyrgios after the scandal that mounted in the 1000 Masters of Rome. Arrojó a chair to the track in his match against Casper Ruud and ended up disqualified. What the Australian will have is an economic ulta amount to 20,000 euros, in addition to the loss of 45 points that would correspond for the second round and of the 33.635 euros of prizes. In addition, it will have to pay for housing.

However, there are voices that demand a greater punishment. For example, the Norwegian Ruud, who lived the scandal on the other side of the network: "I am one of those who I think should be half a year away" .



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