Tennis pro Isaac Frost charged with match fixing after ‘suspicious bets’

Frost, whose highest world ranking was 651, also charged with supplying dangerous drugs and possession

A professional tennis player in Brisbane has been charged with match fixing after an investigation involving “star chamber” hearings by Queensland’s Crime and Corruption Commission.

Isaac Frost, 28, is accused of facilitating a fix on a match at the Challenger Tournament in Traralgon, Victoria, that police allege attracted “a number of suspicious bets”.

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