Check out some of the most famous tennis meltdowns to match David Nalbandian's outburst on Sunday which led to the Argentine being kicked out of the Queen's Club final.
Starting with the legendary...
John McEnroe - Australian Open 1990
One of McEnroe's most notorious tantrums. Facing Sweden's Mikael Pernfors, he was warned for intimidating a lineswoman, docked a point for smashing a racquet and shouted at a fan whose baby was crying. He then abused tournament supervisor Ken Farrar. Umpire Gerry Armstrong immediately disqualified the American who admitted later: "I can't say I'm surprised. It was bound to happen."