Urokråka became known in Norway when he was disqualified and left the field in the fight against Casper Ruud in Rome in May. The 24-year-old had hit a racket on the ground and threw a chair on the court before leaving the area.
Therefore, he was deprived of NOK 245,000 in cash prizes and received a fine of approximately NOK 195,000. Among other Norwegians, Ruud has taken the floor that Kyrgios deserves exclusion after several controversial episodes.
This week, the Australian behaved badly on the tennis court again. He is fined for three episodes at the Queen's Club Championships in London. Two of them came in the first round of 24 years against Roberto Carballes Baena. One when he was eliminated from the great talent Felix Auger-Aliassime at the end of the day.
In the first game, he suspected, among other things, the referee for the manipulation of results and threatened to leave the field. He did not and won the fight. Against Auger-Aliassime, he too was very dissatisfied with the conviction and hit a ball across the yard.
As a penalty, he received a total of £ 13,766, corresponding to approximately NOK 150,000.