Chilean tennis coach receives life ban after being found guilty of 64 fixing offences.

Chilean tennis coach Sebastian Rivera found guilty of 64 counts of match-fixing . Former player Sebastian Rivera admitted to the most murderous offences detected by the ITIA .

LONDON (LONDON): After being found guilty of a historic 64 counts of match-fixing, a Chilean tennis coach has been banned from the sport for life.Sebastian Rivera, a former player, admitted to the most murderous offences detected by the ITIA or its predecessor, the Tennis Integrity Unit, according to the International Tennis Integrity Agency.Rivera was also fined $250,000 in addition to a life ban at a hearing presided over by anti-corruption officer Jane Mulcahy, a senior London lawyer.Rivera is now entirely prohibited from participating in, participating in, or attending any tennis tournament sanctioned or regulated by the sport governing bodies, according to the decision.

This came after he had committed multiple corruption charges, including failing to predict the outcome of an event, as well as attempts to solicit or accept money or other compensation with the intention of jeopardizing a player's best efforts.