Moroccan ex-tennis player Younes Rachidi received a life ban from the sport after being found guilty of fixing a record 135 matches, as per Reuters.
This is the most number of offences by a single individual according to ITIA.
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The 36-year-old fixed games with 2 Algerian players who were also recently banned by the ITIA.
“The case was ruled on by independent Anti-Corruption Hearing Officer Janie Soubliere who found all charges proved, the 135 breaches ‘egregious’ and imposed a fine of $34,000 in addition to the life ban,” the ITIA said in a statement.
Rachidi’s highest ATP doubles rank was 473 and he can now no longer be involved with the game in any capacity.