LONDON – Two Italian tennis players who beforehand were positioned in the main 50 have been restricted for match-settling at an ATP occasion in Barcelona in 2011.
Daniele Bracciali, who is as yet a functioning player, was prohibited forever and fined $250,000. Potito Starace, who has resigned, was prohibited from any future contribution in the game for a long time and fined $100,000.
The Tennis Integrity Unit declared the authorizations on Wednesday, following a disciplinary hearing in September.
The TIU says the two players were discovered blameworthy of two ruptures of hostile to debasement rules. One identifies with devising the result of matches and alternate identifies with encouraging wagering on matches.
The 40-year-old Bracciali is right now positioned No. 100 in copies and had a profession high singles positioning of No. 49 out of 2006. The 37-year-old Starace achieved a profession best singles positioning of No. 27 out of 2007.
As a pairs group, they achieved the elimination rounds at the 2012 French Open.