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Former British Davis Cup player Parmar reveals fixing offer

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damodaran mohan
by damodaran mohan on Jan 19, 2016 06:01 PM

I have been watching grand slam events especially Wimbledon and French open quite regularly and somehow I have felt that couple of matches were fixed. It looks the 'fixing' is done in very subtle manner and very well planned after announcement of the fixture and seeding.Example1:No1&2 are always seeded in different halves for them to meet in the final,right.Supposing one of the two is poised for an all time record break, then the other chap exits in earlier rounds and creates an upset so that the two best do not have to fight the final and the other guy creates the record.Example2:Say for a champ fellow a title is so near but still very far as he invariably falls at the last one or two hurdles.In such a case that champ is allowed a free run and even allowed to win the final against a higher ranked better player!There must be many such variations of fixing involving top most players!In GS events probability of 'fixing' increases when 'records' are to be broken or made.So should the GS events themselves be not free from 'fixing' how can lesser circuits be free from this evil ?

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