Home > Archives
Published: Wednesday June 1, 2011 MYT 11:39:00 AMUpdated: Wednesday June 1, 2011 MYT 11:45:04 AM
LONDON: Austrian player Daniel Koellerer has been banned for life by a tennis anti-corruption unit for attempting to fix matches.
Koellerer, who was ranked No. 55 in 2009, was found guilty of three violations of the Uniform Tennis Anti-Corruption Program between October 2009 and July 2010.
He was also fined US$100,000 following an investigation by the Tennis Integrity Unit, whose findings were considered at an independent anti-corruption hearing in London on April 27-28.
A statement by the TIU on Tuesday didn't specify which matches Koellerer was found to have manipulated and said no details of the hearing or decision will be made public.
Boy locked in car but mum refuses to break window until given RM200
Missing AirAsia flight: Stay strong, Tony Fernandes urges
AirAsia Flight QZ8501 loses contact with air traffic
Unconfirmed reports of wreckage found near Belitung Island
Students make mad rush for airport
Missing AirAsia flight: FlightRadar reports last known location of missing plane
Copyright © 1995-2014 Star Publications (M) Bhd (Co No 10894-D)