Greek tennis player handed lifetime ban for corruption
Greek tennis player Konstantinos Mikos was banned for life on Thursday after being found guilty of four corruption offenses.
A Tennis Integrity Unit investigation confirmed that Mikos offered another Greek player, Alexandros Jakupovic, payment in return for agreeing to lose nominated sets and games in November 2013 at a Greece F20 Futures event in Rethymon.
Mikos was also found to have operated two gambling accounts in which bets were placed on tennis from March 2012 to
Mikos reached a career-best world ranking of 933 in 2014.
Jakupovic was issued a lifetime ban in December 2015.
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