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Court of Arbitration for Sport dismisses Franco Feitt appeal

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The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has dismissed an appeal from Argentinian tennis player Franco Feitt against a disciplinary sanction imposed on 12 April 2021.

The CAS ruling means that the original lifetime ban and fine of $25,000 remain in place. The former player must also pay CHF 3,000 in costs to the International Tennis Integrity Agency.

Feitt was found guilty of multiple match fixing charges in 2021 by independent Anti-Corruption Hearing Officer Raj Parker. Full details here: https://itia.tennis/news/sanctions/franco-feitt-banned-from-tennis-for-life/

The original press release can be found here :https://itia.tennis/news/sanctions/franco-feitt-cas-appeal/

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