There are calls for the Australian to be suspended from the ATP Tour following an explosive end to his semi-final defeat against Reilly Opelka.
Kyrgios - who recently got fined $60,000 for his behaviour at the Indian Wells and Miami Open - could face another fine after being docked a point for losing his cool.
The Aussie had a reason to be upset after the umpire admitted he made a mistake in a crucial moment of the second set at 5-5.
It saw the score go to 30-30 and Kyrgios lost the next point after making an unforced error. The mistake saw him swear repeatedly in a rant and the umpire had no other choice but to dock him a point.
Kyrgios went on to lose 6-3, 7-5 but the 26-year-old was lucky that he didn't get disqualified during the changeover.
As he walked over to his seat, Kyrgios continued to rip into the official and said: "F**k! How are you not calling it? It's an absolute joke."
A clearly embarrassed Joshua Bruce replied: "I believe it now, I made a mistake."
Kyrgios took to social media after the loss and demanded an improvement in the standards of umpiring.
He said that if a mistake is made, they should be held accountable.
"Haha again… falls all on me," Kyrgios said.
"Umpires seem to make these mistakes a little too often. A lot of players seemed dissatisfied with the performance of them this week in Houston.
"More punishment? Potentially new umpires? Semi final, 'I missed it Nick' on clay, 5-5 in the second set."
Opelka will play fellow American John Isner in the final of the US Men's Clay Court Championship in Houston.
In the other semi-final, Isner came from behind to overcome defending champion Cristian Garin in three sets.