Two professional tennis players have received lengthy bans from the sport after being found guilty of corrupt activity relating to match-fixing in 2013.

30-year old Romanian Alexandru-Daniel Carpen, who reached a career singles high of 1088, has been banned for life from playing tennis, while Australia’s Nick Lindahl has been given a seven year ban despite retiring from the sport in 2013.

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