Tennis: Federico Coria receives eight-month ban | | Yoga Beauty Health
LONDON (Reuters) - Argentine player Federico Coria has received an eight-month suspension after being found guilty of a breach of the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program. A statement from the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) said six months of the sanction were suspended on the condition he commits no more breaches of the code. Coria, younger brother of former world number three and 2004 French Open runner-up Guillermo Coria, was also fined $10,000 with half of that total suspended. At a hearing in May an independent Anti-corruption Hearing Officer ruled that the 26-year-old had failed to report being offered a payment to lose a set in a lower tier Futures tournament in Sassuolo, Italy, in 2015. It said he had also been approached with a financial incentive to lose other matches during the year. The investigation found that world number 301 Coria "did not accept any financial incentive or take action to comply with the corrupt approaches". His brother offered his support last month, saying on