The ATP has fined world number three Alexander Sverre $ 40,000 for misconduct by a referee in the Acapulco match, and the ATP has said the incident will be reconsidered.
Zverev was fined $ 20,000. He was fined $ 20,000 for verbal abuse and $ 20,000 for misconduct (for cheating in the referee’s chair) and was denied $ 31,000 in his match prize money and his singles and doubles world ranking points.
Behavior without playfulness
German # Alexander_Sverev The Federation of Professional Athletes has announced that he has been ruled out of the Agabulco Championship in Mexico. pic.twitter.com/0Qrkllg2ku
– Dubai Sports Channel (@dubaisportstv) February 23, 2022
The Veterans Association will investigate the incident, which will eventually lead to major penalties.
In 2019, Australian Nick Kyrgios was sentenced to 16 weeks suspended with an initial fine of $ 113,000 and fined an additional $ 25,000 after an internal investigation by the union.
After losing the doubles on Tuesday, Sverev approached the referee’s bench and delivered several hits to the bench with his rocket.
And the 2020 US Open runner-up went back to the referee and scolded him with words.
Sverev, who won the singles title last season, has apologized for his behavior.
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