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Nick Kyrgios hit with biggest fine of US Open for racquet smashes after Karen Khachanov quarter-final loss

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Nick Kyrgios hit with the biggest fine at the US Open so far after smashing two racquets following his quarter-final loss to Karen Khachanov. He was also fined for spitting and swearing. The fines will only make a small dent in his prize money from the tournament which comes to $473,200.
Published 5 months ago

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