David Nalbandian may not have been a household name before the Queen’s club final on June 17. Now he is, but not for ideal reasons. The hot-headed Argentinian kicked an advertising board into a linesman’s leg during the match, opening up a bloody inch-long gash. Nalbandian, who says he believed the board to be fixed in place, was venting his rage after falling behind his opponent, Croatia’s Marin Cilic, during the second set. The incident resulted in an an immediate default for unsportsmanlike conduct for the 30-year-old, who was up one set in the match. Nalbandian lost his $57,000 runner-up prize money and the 150 ranking points he had gained in the tournament, while Cilic collected the Aegon Championships title. British police are now investigating a complaint against Nalbandian of alleged assault.