WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE
Nick Kyrgios has been thrown away by the Italian opening after failing in his second round of conflict with Norway's Caspar Rudd after an exhibition of petulance.
With a score level of 6-3 6-7 (7-5) 1-1 in the third set, Kyrgio's exception to any movement in the audience and made his feelings known to the spectators after being broken by Norwegian.
He was then renamed a game of the chair's judge and furiously raged his racket before kicking a water bottle and throwing a sideliner on the court.
He then picked up his bag and left the court.
He was then suspended from the match and handed over Rudd a third round with Juan Martin del Potro.
Kyrgios later tweeted about the event:
The controversial Canberran made international headlines before the game when he launched a devastating attack on the world's number 1 Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Fernando Verdasco in an explosive podcast interview.
Kyrgios can face suspension from ATP after its course in Rome.