TIU suspends Argentine tennis player Patricio Heras over match-fixing
Argentine tennis player Patricio Heras has been found guilty of match-fixing and suspended until his punishment is confirmed at a later date.
Following an investigation by the TIU, Heras' case was considered by the independent anti-corruption hearing officer (AHO) Jane Mulcahy QC at a hearing in London on April 6 this year.
The TIU added that Heras had also failed to report corrupt approaches in August and September 2015.
It said details of the decision on Heras' sanctions will be made public when received.
"Until that time, and with immediate effect, Heras is not allowed to compete in or attend any sanctioned events organized or recognized by the governing bodies of the sport."
Heras is currently ranked 306 in singles.
Coria was suspended for eight months for failing to report an approach while Kicker was banned for six years for match-fixing.
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