The ATP has suspended Kyrgios for at least three weeks and fined him extra $25,000.
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of Rotterdam Open to play basketballAustralian Nick Kyrgios has pulled out of the Rotterdam Open in February to play in basketball's NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, tournament director Richard Krajicek said Wednesday.Kyrgios was handed an eight-week ban Monday for his antics at the Shanghai Masters last week when he clashed with fans and the chair umpire, and walked off court in the middle of a point.Kyrgios' ban can be reduced to three weeks if he sees a sports psychologist, which he had committed to, according to Australia's tennis association.
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