Tunisian player also fined $7,000.
Majed Kilani has been banned seven years for match-fixing.
The Tunisian player was also fined $7,000 after being found guilty of match-fixing, the Tennis Integrity Unit announced.
A Tennis Integrity Unit investigation concluded Kilani conspired with a third party to manipulate the outcome of matches played at an ITF Futures tournament in Egypt in August 2016. In addition to the match-fixing offenses, Kilani was also found to have failed to fully co-operate with a TIU investigation into the corruption allegations against him.
Kilani is prohibited from playing in or attending any tennis event authorized or sanctioned by the governing bodies of tennis for a period of seven years, effective June 25th, 2020.
The 23-year old Kilani is currently ranked 804 in ATP singles and 528 in doubles, both of which are career highs.
The $7,000 fine must be paid at the rate of $1,000 per year over the course of his seven-year ban.
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