Austrian Tennis Player Suspended for Life
Posted On 31 May 2011
Daniel Koellerer the Austrian tennis player was suspended for life after trying to fix several matches. In 2009, Koellerer was in the world rank in the 55 place, however the anticorruption tennis board ruled him guilty by three charges from 2009 and 2010.
Koellerer received a fine of 100,000 dollars after the investigation of Tennis Integrity Unit (ITU). The work of this institution was to analyze the activities of the Austrian tennis player from 27 and 28 of April in London; their results ended the career of Koellerer.
ITU revealed this Tuesday the firing of Koellerer, however it is not known what games did he manipulate.