The ATP fined Nick Kyrgios a total of $113,000 for Wednesday night's tantrum at the Western & Southern Open near Cincinnati.
The 24-year-old Australian, ranked No. 27 in the world, received eight different fines for ball abuse, verbal abuse, audible obscenities, leaving the court and unsportsmanlike conduct.
No stranger to emotional outbursts, Kyrgios had multiple meltdowns during his 6-7 (3), 7-6 (4), 6-2 loss to sixth-seeded Russian Karen Khachanov in second-round action.
Kyrgios' lowlights included smashing two rackets, calling chair umpire Fergus Murphy a "f---ing tool" and appearing to spit on the court in the umpire's direction.
Kyrgios lost his cool after receiving a time violation for taking too long between serves during the second set.
"That's hilarious," Kyrgios said while seated between games. "If Rafa (Nadal) plays that quick, I'm retiring from tennis. Absolute rubbish ... disgrace. Get me some footage of Rafa playing that quick. ... If you can find any of that I'll shut my mouth and never speak again."
He later called Murphy "the worst f---ing referee ever."
The ATP said Thursday that officials were still looking into the matter and could decide to levy additional fines and/or a suspension.
--Field Level Media