Aussie charged with match-fixing


Australian Open junior champion Oliver Anderson has been charged with match-fixing, according to reports.

Victoria Police announced on Thursday that an 18-year-old man from Queensland had been charged following alleged match-fixing at a tournament in Traralgon in October.

The player was named by the Age newspaper as Anderson, who defeated Jurabek Karimov to win the boys’ title at Melbourne Park 12 months ago and is currently ranked 743rd.

The police statement read: “La Trobe Crime Investigation Unit detectives charged an 18-year-old man on summons today following alleged match-fixing at a tennis tournament in Traralgon in …

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