The All England Club have fined Serena Williams £7,992 ($10,000) for damaging a court at Wimbledon, MySportDab reports.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion was fined over an incident which took place on the weekend before the tournament started.
She is claimed to have thrown her racket during a pre-tournament practice session which damaged one of the grass match courts – rather than one of the Aorangi Park training courts which are shared by all participating players.
Fognini said “wish a bomb would explode on this club” in Italian Fabio Fognini has also been fined £2,397 ($3,000) for an outburst during his third-round loss.
The world No 10, who was annoyed over his match being moved to Court 14, ranted in Italian during his opponent’s medical timeout, saying: “It’s fair to play here? Damn English, really. Damned, really.
“Wish a bomb would explode on this club. A bomb should explode here.”
Meanwhile, Nick Kyrgios was handed two fines, one for £2,397 ($3,000) from the first round and another for £3,996 ($5,000) from the second round both for unsportsmanlike conduct.
The Australian, who lost to Rafael Nadal in the second round, was penalised for dissent towards match umpires.
Williams, seeded 11th, has been suffering from a knee injury this year.
She faces compatriot Alison Riske in the last eight after she upset world number one Ashleigh Barty.
Williams and partner Andy Murray are in the second round of the mixed doubles and are due to meet Fabrice Martin and Raquel Atawo on Tuesday.