Australian Bernard Tomic has been fined his entire £45,000 prize money for not 'reaching the required professional standards' in his 58minute first round defeat at Wimbledon.

The 6-2, 6-0, 6-4, defeat to Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the shortest men's match at the Championships since 2004.

In a performance described as 'embarrassing' in commentary, it was in the opinion of the Referee that the Tomic did not meet the required professional standards set out in the Grand Slam Rule Book.

The current World No.76 has similar previous miss-demeanours having been find in his defeat to Germany’s Mischa Zverev two years ago.

Then he received an £11,000 fine for the straight sets defeat, in a match where he called the doctor on despite not having an injury.

Tomic player will have the opportunity to appeal to decision.