Nick Kyrgios and his lengthy list of career fines after Wimbledon

Nick Kyrgios has been fined multiple times this year and the latest few came at Wimbledon where he was issued a total of £14,500 fur numerous offences.

Kyrgios and his outburst are a known commodity in the world of tennis as the Australian player is simply a player who plays with emotions. He'll never not play like that way and it's that nature that makes him so popular among fans. Wimbledon did not escape a couple of his outbursts and he received several fines for them. In total it's £14,500 for multiple offences.

It's only the latest fine in a long list of fines that he accumulated over the years. We will list some of the biggest below so you can see what he accumulated over the years.

Kyrgios' biggest fines:

£90,000 - Cincinnati Masters, 2019 - smashing racquet and rant at umpire

£29,000 - Italian Open, 2019 - throwing chair on court

£26,500 - Miami Open, 2022 - unsportsmanlike conduct

£20,800 - Indian Wells, 2022 - swearing at fan

£16,600 - Rome Masters, 2019 - swearing at line judge

£15,000 - Queens, 2018 - gesture with water bottle

£14,500 - Queens, 2019 - unsportsmanlike conduct

£14,500 - Wimbledon, 2022 - spitting

£13,500 - Shanghai Masters, 2016 - lack of effort

£10,900 - Rogers Cup, 2015 - insulting Stan Wawrinka

Asked about the fines earlier this year during a podcast, Kyrgios said:

"Every time we get fined it goes to charity...and I'm like, I don't know why you told me that. I don't think all the time it's been fair but I say I'd be approaching...800 grand I reckon."

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