Nick Kyrgios of Team World reacts in the singles match between Dominic Thiem of Team Europe and Taylor Fritz of Team World during Day Three of the Laver Cup 2019 at Palexpo on September 22, 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland. (Getty Images)

Nick Kyrgios is going to face his toughest challenge yet on the ATP Tour: not breaking rules for six months. After being fined $113,000 for multiple offenses in Cincinnati, the ATP announced on Thursday that he would be put on a six-month probationary period and fined a further $25,000.

If the Aussie breaks any of these code violations, he will be banned from the tour for 16 weeks:

 1

Verbal or physical abuse of officials, spectators or any other persons while on-court or on-site, or

2

Unsportsmanlike conduct based upon an act, such as spitting, directed towards an official, spectator or other person during or upon conclusion of the match, or

3

Visible obscenity directed towards an official.

The 24-year-old seems confident he'll be just fine, telling his Instagram followers to "relax." What do you think?