Nick Kyrgios
Tennis - French Open - Roland Garros - Nick Kyrgios of Australia vs Richard Gasquet of France - Paris, France - 27/05/16. Reuters/Benoit Tessier

Men’s singles rank 19, Nick Kyrgios, was slammed with a $6,200 fine for the obscenity seen at his match against Richard Gasquet on Friday. On the same day, Rafael Nadal announced that he will no longer participate in this year's French Open.

Kyrgios was battling a shoulder injury, and coupled with Gasquet’s relentless scoring, the Australian vented his frustrations on his support box by repeatedly telling them to leave. The offending comments were not released by tournament officials, as reported by the Sydney Morning Herald.

While his fine is the largest yet, Kyrgios was not the only victim of the French mission to make rebellious behaviour unacceptable. Andy Murray and Jack Sock were also fined for audible obscenities, according to Herald Sun. Murray had to let go of $4,650 while Sock faced a $3,900 fine.

Canberran Kyrgios’ fine only added salt to injury after being “absolutely destroyed” by Gasquet in three straight sets. The final score was 6-2, 7-6, 6-2. In the post-match interviews, Kyrgios criticised himself and concluded that he put on a bad performance. He confirmed that the soreness of his shoulder affected his ball toss and backhand.

Despite his loss at the French Open, Kyrgios remained confident that he would recover from his shoulder injury before Wimbeldon.

Rafael Nadal pulls out of French Open

Tennis fans also took a blow after Rafael Nadal called a surprise press conference on Friday.

“I’m here to announce that I have to retire from the tournament because I have a problem in my wrist that I have had a couple of weeks,” Nadal said, according to Reuters. He explained that according to his doctor, playing five more matches on the Roland Garros claycourts is impossible. Nadal is at risk of snapping a tendon.

With Nadal out of the French Open, world number one Novak Djokovic’s chances of winning the title becomes legitimate.

Meanwhile, tennis fans are saddened by the development of the French Open after Roger Federer pulled out because of an injury. Federer and Nadal are considered to be tennis’ greatest rivals, and ESPN noted how the French Open doesn’t feel the same after losing both of them.

Nadal and Federer have high hopes to play in the upcoming Wimbeldon.

Novak Djokovic vs Roberto Bautista Agut live streaming info and score updates

Just as "turnip" Andy Murray triumphed over John Isner to enter the quarterfinals, Djokovic, despite being disappointed with Nadal’s announcement, continues on with the French Open. He is scheduled to play against Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut on Monday.

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