Australian Open: Junior champion Oliver Anderson charged with match fixing

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World No. 1 Andy Murray, playing at the Qatar Open in Doha, said he had read about the case and that although he did not want to comment on the specifics, corruption must be tackled.Tennis Australia’s chief anti-corruption officer says she is disappointed by news that an 18-year-old player is facing match fixing charges. Spanish authorities last month detained 34 people, including six tennis players, involved in a tennis match-fixing network after a police taskforce found evidence of match-fixing attempts in 17 men’s tournaments in several lower-tier tournaments in Spain and Portugal.Former Australian professional Nick Lindahl was given a 12-month good behaviour bond and fined $1000 in April previous year after being found guilty of fixing a match in 2013 and attempting to hide the evidence.The media outlet contacted people who watched Anderson’s matches at the tournament and they hadn’t seen anything out of the ordinary.”I have been on the tour for 12, 13 years, and I really don’t spend a lot of time in the lower categories of our events, you know, in Challengers and in Futures”. Historic decline in death rate from cancer in the USA
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