Best Ukrainian tennis player Alexander Dolgopolov, which occupies the 63rd place in the rating of Association of tennis professionals (ATP), suspected of involvement in match fixing.
A number of major bookmakers has suspended betting on his fight with Brazilian Thiago Monteiro in the first round of the tournament in Winston-Salem after the odds to win the first began to grow with abnormally high rate, according to Deutsche Welle.
The meeting took place on 21 August and ended with the victory Monteiro with the score 6:3, 6:3. For the entire fight, Alexander has not earned a single break point, that it has happened only twice over the past two seasons. Meanwhile, the Brazilian claimed his first career win on hard courts.
First stopped taking bets office Pinnacle, which factor in the victory of the Ukrainian was 1.36, but in the course of 20 minutes increased to 1.63. In the office Bet365 an hour before the start of the meeting the odds of winning Dolgopolov was 2.37, and on Betfair for the win of the Ukrainian player gave a ratio of 3.15.
Dolgopolov”s price on Betfair… pic.twitter.com/nZbiFcQXDc