Chinese Player Provisionally Suspended on Match-Fixing Offense
A Chinese player has been provisionally suspended on match-fixing charges.
Baoluo Zheng has been provisionally suspended from the sport, pending investigation of Tennis Anti-Corruption Program (TACP) charges, the International Tennis Integrity Agency announced today.
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Zheng, who reached a career-high ATP rank of 1729, has been banned since October 27. He is prohibited from competing in or attending any sanctioned tennis events organized by the governing bodies of the sport.
The provisional suspension was granted under section F.3 of the TACP 2022: “The ITIA may at any time impose a Provisional Suspension on a Covered Person, including (i) before a Notice of Major Offense has been issued, (ii) before a Hearing or (iii) at any time after a Hearing but prior to the AHO’s issuance of a written Decision.”
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