Nick Kyrgios slapped with biggest Wimbledon fine along with 13 others for first round tie

Wimbledon have released their fines list for the tournament so far with Nick Kyrgios forced to pay £8,211 for his antics against Paul Jubb in his first-round match. The Australian tennis star was at the centre of controversy in his match against Britain’s Jubb.

Kyrgios was extremely vocal in his opening match at Wimbledon, claiming fans were abusive towards him throughout the clash with Jubb. He complared to the umpire on multiple occasions to ask for action to be made and also questioned the age of line judges throughout the match.

The 27-year-old was also caught on camera spitting towards a spectator at the end of the match after his win over Jubb. Wimbledon have now released their fines list for the tournament so far and Kyrgios’ name sticks out with the largest fee.

The Aussie will have to pay $10,000 (£8,211) for his troubles with 13 others also included on the list. Kyrgios’ fine was the biggest of the lot with Alexander Ritschard the closest with the 28-year-old forced to pay £4,105.

Full list of Wimbledon fines

ATP Players

Alexander Ritschard £4,105

Fernando Verdasco £2,463

Adrian Mannarino £2,463

Stan Wawrinka £2,463

Yoshihito Nishioka £2,463

Nick Kyrgios £8,211

Pedro Martinez £2,463

Diego Schwartzman £2,463

Lukas Klein £2,463

WTA players

Priscilla Hon £821

Nadia Podoroska £1,231

Mandy Minella £821

Christina Mchale £821

Daria Saville £3,284

Kyrgios was asked after his match against Jubb that it appeared he spat towards a spectators, to which he replited: “Of one of the people disrespecting me, yes. I would not be doing that to someone who was supporting me.”

He added: “I’ve been dealing with hate and negativity for a long time, so I don’t feel like I owed that person anything.

“He literally came to the match to not even support anyone really, just to stir up disrespect. That’s fine, but if I give it back to you, that’s just how it is.”