"L'Equipe": Suspicion of Dudi Sela's game bias in the Roland Garros qualifiers
Alarming report in France: The Israeli tennis player's result is being examined, after a series of suspicious bets on the second set in which Sela lost in 19 minutes
Thursday, 19 May 2022, 20:37 Updated: 20:52
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Alarming reports in France of suspicion of Dudi Sela's involvement in a game diversion at Roland Garros.
According to reports in the French "L'Equipe", "there is a suspicion of a bias in a game in the first qualifying round of the tournament between the Israeli Dudi Sela and the Spanish Spata", in which the Israeli lost 6: 3, 6: 0 in less than an hour.
The 37-year-old Israeli, who is barely playing in the round and is on the verge of retiring from the industry, received a free ticket to the qualifiers.
He lost the second set in just 19 minutes, and in total was on the field for 57 minutes, during which he earned $ 21,000.
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Dudi Sela (Photo: Reuters)
The game was tested because on the second set of the game there was a large amount of gambling.
Sela, formerly ranked in the top 30 in the world and now 456, "is at the center of the investigation" - in light of a long line of suspicious gamblers from Cyprus, Armenia and Ukraine.
The ratio on the betting sites to the game difference between the players was Uber / Under 9.5.
The game ended with a gap of 9 games in favor of the Spaniard, which raised suspicion.
A formal investigation has not yet been opened.