Thursday, December 17, 2020 1:01 PM (GMT + 7)
(Sports news, tennis news) The tennis player had to receive a very heavy punishment after the act of selling and enticing others to join.
Algerian tennis player Aymen Ikhlef has been banned for life for his life due to multiple semi-degree acts, the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) announced on Monday (December 14). Ikhlef, 23, was found guilty of fixing the scores, soliciting other players not to do his best, did not report negative behavior and did not cooperate with TIU during the investigation.
Appropriate punishment for 23 years old player
Ikhlef, who climbed to 1,739 in 2015, was also fined $ 100,000. “The Algerian player Aymen Ikhlef has been banned from the sport for life after an investigation by the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) found many players violating the rules of the Anti-Corruption Program. Tennis (TACP).
The disciplinary sentence was heard by Richard McLaren, a member of the TACP. He found that Ikhlef had been found at least 10 times to violate TACP’s rules. From December 11, 2020, this player will be permanently banned from playing or attending any official tennis event.
“Mr. Ikhlef, each 4 times to make the match, 2 times to solicit other players not to play very hard, 3 times without any other semi-degree behavior” is the conclusion from the representative of TIU.
It is not known how much the Algerian player has bet and won, but his career as a 23-year-old has only earned $ 860, and the $ 100,000 fine speaks to the seriousness of the athlete.
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