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Wenders Crashes Out The ITIA With Disgraceful Behavior

Wenders Crashes Out The ITIA With Disgraceful Behavior

Wenders Crashes Out The ITIA With Disgraceful Behavior: The International Tennis Integrity Agency announced that a former German tennis coach has been banned from the sport for 12 years for coaching rigging games.

Wenders Crashes Out The ITIA With Disgraceful Behavior: The International Tennis Integrity Agency announced that a former German tennis coach
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The ITIA has found Wenders to have violated a number of rules, including revealing multiple match-fixing charges and destroying evidence.

There was also a charge that Wenders had violated league rules by instructing players not to exert their best efforts during tournaments. The ITIA didn’t specify when or where the alleged conduct took place and it didn’t name any tennis players involved with this case.

Believing to be in the right, Wenders appealed to AHO Professor Richard McLaren. However, McLaren ruled against him and made him pay a $12,000 fine. The publication of the sanction was stalled following submissions from Wenders’ legal team, although McLaren has now lifted that prohibition.

The ITIA banned and fined Wimbledon champion Bjorn Wenders $12,000 on April 7, 2021, following an investigation into his rant against the umpire at the 2019 US Open. The sanctions were not released until August 29, 2021, following submissions from Wenders’ legal team. He is not allowed to attend any tennis tournaments sanctioned by the main governing bodies of the sport until 2033.

After Wenders has been found guilty of committing a doping violation, he is prohibited from playing in, coaching at or attending any tennis event authorized or sanctioned by the governing bodies of tennis for 12 years, with the dates set as 28 April 2021.

Max Wenders, a former tennis coach, who used to be the main hitting partner of Jelena Ostapenko has been banned for 12 years for match-fixing.

For a brief time, Sofia hired Max as her coach. However, after the hiring period, she rehired her dad. While it has not been publicized that the two are no longer together, it is likely the result of a breach of contract. Wender was banned for facilitating players not to employ their best efforts during events.

Ranked world no.419 and having played just six matches this season, Sofia Kenin lost her last match in Indian Wells to world no.26 Beatriz Haddad Maia 6-3 7-5.

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