Kyrgios was suspended for clashing with fans, the chair umpire and walking off the court midway through a point against Zverev.
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Australia's tempestuous talent Nick Kyrgios has the potential to be a future Grand Slam champion but could just as easily be lost to the sport if he fails to get the support he needs, according to former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash.The 21-year-old was suspended for eight weeks by the ATP Monday following his second round exit at the Shanghai Masters where he clashed with fans, the chair umpire and walked off the court midway through a point against Mischa Zverev.The ban can be reduced to three weeks if he sees a sports psychologist, which Kyrgios had committed to, according to Australia's tennis association. Cash said Kyrgios was "the next guy" in line for Grand Slam glory once proven winners like Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic bowed out.
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