Police are investigating a complaint of assault after tennis player David Nalbandian kicked an advertising hoarding at Queen's, injuring a line judge.
Scotland Yard said a complaint had been made following the incident at the Aegon Championships on Sunday.
A spokesman said: "We are aware of an incident at the Aegon Championships on June 17.
"A complaint has been made and the Metropolitan Police Service is now investigating.
"The allegation is of assault."
Line judge Andrew McDougall was left with blood pouring from his shin following the Argentinian tennis star's outburst during the men's final at the Queen's Club in west London, in which Nalbandian was disqualified .
The tennis star was immediately disqualified for "unsportsmanslike behaviour" despite some of the crowd calling for the match to be resumed.
The Queen's Club tournament director Chris Kermode said: "It is obviously not the way that we wanted to finish the final and I can understand the crowd's frustration, but the tournament is governed by ATP rules and this was a clear-cut case.
"The line judge was seen and treated by St John's Ambulance. He also saw the doctor, and no further treatment was required."
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