1. Explained: How tennis players at lower rungs are targeted by fixers  The Indian Express
  2. Ravinder Dandiwal, Match-Fixing Kingpin, On BCCI's Watchlist For Past 3-4 Years, Says ACU Chief Ajit..  NDTV Sports
  3. Indian tennis fixing syndicate busted in Australia: Report  Mumbai Mirror
  4. ‘Kingpin’ of fixing racket in Australia is Indian on BCCI radar  The Indian Express
  5. Man Known as 'Kingpin' of Match-Fixing is a 'Person of Interest' to BCCI: Report  News18
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Players ranked beyond 200 become easy prey owing to lower scrutiny, higher financial insecurityPlayers ranked beyond 200 become easy prey owing to lower scrutiny, higher financial insecurity

Explained: How tennis players at lower rungs are targeted by fixers | Explained News,The Indian Express

BCCI's anti-corruption chief Ajit Singh said that Ravinder Dandiwal was very much part of board's education manual and participants are shown his pictures and told about his modus operandi.BCCI's anti-corruption chief Ajit Singh said that Ravinder Dandiwal was very much part of board's education manual and participants are shown his pictures and told about his modus operandi.

Tennis-match fixer Ravinder Dandiwal on BCCI radar for last 3-4 years: ACU chief Ajit Singh - Sports News

Two men of Indian origin have been charged by Victoria Police in relation to suspected match-fixing in at least two tennis tournaments in Brazil and Egypt in 20Two men of Indian origin have been charged by Victoria Police in relation to suspected match-fixing in at least two tennis tournaments in Brazil and Egypt in 20

Indian tennis fixing syndicate busted in Australia: Report

Ravinder Dandiwal, an Indian who was recently implicated in a match-fixing scandal in international tennis tournaments, is a person of interest to the BCCI.Ravinder Dandiwal, an Indian who was recently implicated in a match-fixing scandal in international tennis tournaments, is a person of interest to the BCCI.

Man Known as 'Kingpin' of Match-Fixing is a 'Person of Interest' to BCCI: Report

On Saturday, the Sydney Morning Herald reported that Victoria Police have named Ravinder Dandiwal as the “central figure” in the fixing scam where operatives convinced low-ranked tennis players to throw matches while associates placed bets with bookies.On Saturday, the Sydney Morning Herald reported that Victoria Police have named Ravinder Dandiwal as the “central figure” in the fixing scam where operatives convinced low-ranked tennis players to throw matches while associates placed bets with bookies.

‘Kingpin’ of fixing racket in Australia is Indian on BCCI radar | Sports News,The Indian Express