London: Serbian tennis player David Savic has received a life ban for attempting to fix matches.
The Tennis Integrity Unit says the 659th-ranked Savic was also fined $100,000 after being found guilty of three violations of the sport's international anti-corruption program. The ban begins immediately.
He's the second player to get a lifetime ban. In May, Austrian player Daniel Koellerer was the first to be banned for match-fixing.