David Nalbandian receives a maximum fine of £8,000 for injuring line judge Andre McDougall during the Queen's final.
David Nalbandian has received the maximum fine of £8,000 for injuring a line judge during the Queen's final.
The Argentina professional was forced out of the final by default after kicking an advertising hoarding after losing a point against Marin Cilic, which cut the leg of line judge Andre McDougall.
The 30-year-old was a set up in the match but lost a break of serve in the second before his outburst, which cost him the final and the maximum fine penalty by the ATP.
Nalbandian is also under police investigation after a complaint of alleged assault was lodged following the incident.
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