Fognini made the remarks during a stoppage in his straight sets defeat to Tennys Sandgren this afternoon on Court 14.
Upset about playing his match on Court 14, Fognini - who also cut three of his knuckles after punching the strings on his racquet - said during the match in Italian: "Is it fair to play here?"
"For sure I was not happy about my performance today".
"Something happened on court ..." Now I have to be focused on the second half of the season. I have to say sorry.
Italian world number 10 Fognini is no stranger to controversy, and was thrown out of the US Open back in 2017 after abusing a female umpire, allegedly branding her a "whore" and "c*cksucker." . "If I feel sorry for somebody, I have to say sorry".
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Fognini received three fines from the International Tennis Federation totalling almost $A35,000.
He was docked a then-record $27,500 of his prize money at Wimbledon in 2014 for a series of outbursts during a first-round victory.
"I already said to your colleague".
Fabio Fognini said a "bomb should go off" at Wimbledon as he crashed out of the third round on Saturday. "Nothing to say", Fognini said.
That punishment would be enforced if the board deem his latest outburst to a major offence.