PARIS - Australia's tennis badboy Nick Kyrgios was on Monday handed a suspended ban and fine by the ATP for his lurid verbal attack on Stan Wawrinka at the Rogers Cup in Montreal. In a statement the ATP found 20-year-old Kyrgios guilty of ‘aggravated behaviour’ and served him with a 28-day ban and $25,000 fine. But both punishments will be waived if Kyrgios avoids any fines for verbal or physical abuse at ATP events over the next six months. "Once the player has met those conditions the penalties will be formally dismissed," the ATP confirmed. "If the conditions are not met the penalties will be invoked after any appeals process is exhausted." The ATP's head of rules and competition Gayle David Bradshaw said: "This incident was egregious and reflected poorly on our sport.