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He was suspended for 12 months and fined.
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May 18, 2019, 12:49 p.m.
Miguel Tobón, Colombia tennis coach, has been suspended for 12 months and fined $ 20,000 after discovering that he has given special invitations to play tournaments in 2017 for cash exchanges.
Tobon, a professional extenist and coach of Colombia, was found guilty of negotiating to sell the "wild card" as it is called. for single and double tournaments for six players.
These cuts to the Tennis Anti-Pollution Program took place in several debates in Colombia during 2017.
These included Open the Claro in Floridablanca, Open Milo in Bogotá and Milo Open in Cali, TIU informs the organization responsible for researching games in tennis.
In addition to the fine of $ 20,000, Miguel Tobón will have to pay another $ 6,000 to sell and receive financial compensation t for these invitations.
The 12-month suspension means that you will not be able to train or attend any organized event or recognized by governing bodies of the sport while the ban continues.
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