Bernard Tomic has been fined £11,567 following his controversial first-round exit from Wimbledon - which is more than the fine dished out to young Russian player Daniil Medvedev for throwing coins at an umpire's chair.
Tomic was beaten in straight sets by Mischa Zverev and then gave an extraordinary press conference, saying he felt "bored" during the match.
In a statement, the racket and sportswear manufacturer said: "We were extremely disappointed with the statements made at Wimbledon by one of our sponsored athletes, Bernard Tomic.Not to mention that as recently as mid-January, Kyrgios was alternately defiant and contrite, dismissive and bitterly hard on himself after he blew a two-sets-to-love lead against Andreas Seppi in the second round of the Australian Open. 16 mentioned that his status as probably the only player in the top 100 without a full-time coach could be an issue."That has to change," Kyrgios vowed. But I think where my game is right now is pretty good."I think coming off one of my greatest wins last week against Djokovic, to do that without a coach is, I think, a great accomplishment.