The Australian was initially fined $113,000 for smashing two rackets and calling chair umpire Fergus Murphy a "f***ing tool" in his three set defeat by Russia's Karen Khachanov.However, his behavior has been subject to an ongoing investigation by the sport's governing body which concluded the 24-year-old had committed "aggravated behavior" and identified a pattern related to verbal abuse of officials and spectators. Both the potential fine and suspension will be lifted after a six-month probationary period provided Kyrgios meets a number of conditions laid down by the ATP. Among them are the need for a "mental coach" while competing in ATP events and the use of a behavioral management expert during the off season. Kyrgios has five days to launch an appeal but the Australian has said on social media he will accept the probation. In a Instagram comment on Tennis TV's post, he said: "Live and die by the sword. I'll take probo."READ: Nick Kyrgios smashes two rackets and curses at umpire in Cincinnati defeatREAD: Is Nick Kyrgios good for tennis?
The Australian is currently nursing a collarbone injury picked up at the Laver Cup but has endured a turbulent season.This isn't the first time Kyrgios' behavior has been subject to scrutiny either. In 2016, he was banned for eight weeks and fiRead More – Source