This week it was revealed that French tennis player Constant Lestienne has been suspended for seven months and fined $10,000 after he was found to have gambled on 220 tennis matches.
Lestienne, who is currently the 164th ranked Men's player in the world was found guilty of placing wagers on matches between February 2012 and June 2015. The investigation was conducted by the Tennis Integrity Unit, who said that while Lestienne violated policy by betting on tennis matches, none of the wagers involved matches he was participating in.
Lestienne has the opportunity to reduce the amount of his fine if he assists the TIU in fighting match fixing. He currently participates in both singles and dobules matches, where he's been met by limited success.