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Greek tennis player disqualified for life for match-fixing

Greek tennis player Konstantinos Mikos disqualified for life for violating the ban on betting in bookmakers and match-fixing. It is reported by Eurosport.

According to an independent commission to investigate corruption in tennis (Tennis Integrity Unit), Mikos paid compatriot Alexandros Yakupovicha for the desired account, and sets a match in 2013 year. The amount of remuneration is not reported. Mikos made a bet with two accounts with bookmakers.

Yakupovich was also disqualified for life in December 2015 year.

25-1536 years Mickos held-th place in the ranking of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).

Tennis Integrity Unit was created in 2008 year by the International Tennis Federation (ITF), ATP and the Women's Tennis Association (WTA).

A source: Slow

Tags: Greece, Tennis, Sport, Fraud

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