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Brazilian tennis player Diego Matos gets life ban for match fixing

Brazilian tennis player Diego Matos gets life ban for match fixing

 Brazilian tennis player Diego Matos has been handed a life ban and fined $125,000 for match fixing.The 31-year-old was found guilty by the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) of manipulating the result of 10 matches on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) circuit last year in Brazil, Sri Lanka, Ecuador Portugal and Spain, reports Xinhua news agency. He

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CA rejects corruption allegations levelled against cricket players

Cricket Australia (CA) has denied all the corruption charges levied against their players by Qatar-based broadcaster Al Jazeera in its recently-aired documentaries. The governing body asserted that they had conducted a proper review of the claims made in the documentary, but found nothing against the players. The statement came after Al Jazeera released its second documentary on alleged corruption in

Sharjeel Khan handed with five-year ban in PSL spot fixing case

Left-handed batsman Sharjeel Khan was on Wednesday handed over a five-year ban by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)-appointed Anti-Corruption Unit in connection with the Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing case. Sharjeel was facing five major charges of breaches of the PCB’s anti-corruption code and was found guilty for all five. According to the Dawn, he will

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Gujrat lions two players’s name in fixing case,police can investigate from them

Kanpur police has taken the match on fixing line that was the match played between Gujarat lions and Delhi daredevils at Green park stadium has taken on fixing line by Kanpur police.Three bookies were arrested from landmark hotel by Kanpur police on 10 may in this regard. Kanpur (east)S.P  Anurag arya told that,” the information

Match-fixing was at its peak in 1996, says Shoaib Akhtar

Karachi: Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar claimed on Tuesday that match-fixing was at its rampant best in 1996 but himself refrained from getting involved in the malpractice. “The atmosphere of the Pakistan dressing room was very strange…Trust me it was the worst possible dressing room,” Akhtar was quoted as saying by Geo News. The “Rawalpindi

CSA bans four players for match-fixing

Johannesburg: Cricket South Africa (CSA)today banned four players, including former international Thami Tsolekile, for match-fixing in the 2015 Ram Slam T20 tournament. The other three banned players are Jean Symes, Ethy Mbhalati and Pumelela Matshikwe. While former Test wicketkeeper Tsolekile has been banned for 12 years, Symes has been handed a seven-year ban. Mbhalati and