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French Open match-fixing investigation confirmed by prosecutors

Deutsche Welle Tuesday, 6 October 2020
French prosecutors have confirmed they have opened an investigation into alleged match-fixing in a French Open tennis competition women's doubles match. The match took place on September 30.
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French prosecutors say they have opened an investigation into alleged match-fixing involving a women's first-round doubles match at the French Open.

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