Algerian tennis participant provisionally suspended underneath Tennis Anti-Corruption Program



Participant suspended pending consideration of TACP expenses

The Worldwide Tennis Integrity Company (ITIA) at this time confirms that Algerian tennis participant Mohamed Ali Abibsi, aged 21,  has been provisionally suspended from the game, pending the total consideration of Tennis Anti-Corruption Program (TACP) expenses. 
From 19 Might 2023, the participant is prohibited from competing in or attending any sanctioned tennis occasions organised by the governing our bodies of the game. 
The choice was granted underneath part F.3 of the 2023 TACP. Ali Abibsi appealed the choice, however their enchantment was dismissed by Anti-Corruption Listening to Officer Ian Mill. 
The ITIA could at any time impose a Provisional Suspension on a Coated Particular person, together with (i) earlier than a Discover of Main Offense has been issued, (ii) earlier than a Listening to or (iii) at any time after a Listening to however previous to the AHO’s issuance of a written Choice.” 
The ITIA is an unbiased physique established by the Worldwide Governing Our bodies of Tennis to advertise, encourage, improve and safeguard the integrity {of professional} tennis worldwide.