Aslan Karatsev is in the centre of match fixing allegations after a German publication reported that investigations against him had been carried out.
German broadcaster ZDF released a report that alleged Karatsev, Nikoloz Basilashvilli and their former coach Yahor Yatsyk have been investigated over match fixing scandals.
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According to data, obtained by ZDF, Karatsev was investigated for two matches in 2018-2021, while he was coached by Yatsyk, a doubles match in Finland in 2019 and a doubles in Kazakhstan 2020.
The Russian player was also reportedly involved in match fixing during the 2022 Stuttgart tournament.
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The French police also allegedly recently investigated Karatsev over a French Open 2020 match, according to publication L’Equipe.
Basilashvilli is also allegedly being investigated over an incident in a doubles match during Wimbledon 2021.
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The report alleged Basilashvilli’s case is pending at the ITIA over a first round doubles match at Wimbledon, which saw up to $US 500,000 placed on him to lose.
Both players are currently ranked in the World Top 50.
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Karatsev had made a Grand Slam breakthrough last year, when he reached the semi-final of the Australian Open.