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4 Croatian Tennis Players Accused Of Match Fixing

One of Romania’s leading daily newspapers, Gazeta Sporturilor, has accused four Croatian tennis players of match-fixing last Tuesday.

The Romanian daily claims that Croatians Antonio Veic, Nikola Mektic, Dino Marcan and Toni Androic were involved in fixed matches. All played Challenger R1 matches on Tuesday and lost 2 sets to love. The report claims that a Romania betting syndicate placed bets on the matches involving the four Croatians, and another involving a Romania player who also lost by the came scoreline, and picked all the correct set scores, winning 500,000 euros. 5 local sports betting agencies, Superbet, Mozzart, BetcafeArena, Publicbet and Multibet formed a complaint to the authorities for fraud and Interpol has also started an investigation.

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