The Australian tennis player can face 10 years of prison for organization of fixed match

16 June 2017

The Australian tennis player Isaac Frost is accused of organization of fixed match and of distribution of narcotic drugs. If his guilt is proved, he can face up to 10 years of prison.

Isaac Frost

Frost is accused that helped to organize the fixed match of the Challenger Series in Australian Traralgon, as ESPN reports.

According to the investigators, Frost has entered conspiracy with Oliver Anderson and has persuaded him to lose set to Harrison Lombe. Earlier Anderson admitted that he has deliberately lost game to the player who was lower in his game level.

Besides, the police of the state Queensland have accused Frost that he was delivering strong drugs to Anderson, coach Dean Santillan, two more former tennis players and one surfer.

If all this facts are proved, he will be sentenced up to 10 years of prison.

We have to note that earlier Frost fell under suspicion of the Tennis Integrity Unit organization which is dealing with fixed matches in tennis. In 2013 the Australian has refused to provide the mobile phone for specification and listing of calls and after then he was disqualified for 11 months.

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