Six Moroccan players have been banned for violating the rules of the Tennis Anti-Corruption Programme, the International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA) said on Tuesday.

The investigation concluded that the players were guilty of match-fixing charges, including fixing elements of matches, receive g money and failing g to report corrupt practices.

Ayoub Chakrouni, who achieved a career-high singles ranking of 1,098, was banned for life and fined $10,000, Amine Ahouda and Anas Chakrouni were barred from competition for 11 years and 10 years, respectively, and both were fined $5000.

Mohamed Zakaria Khalil, Soufiane El Mesbahi and Yassir Kilan were all banned for nine years and fined $5,000.

“The sanctions mean that the players are prohibited from playing in or attending any tennis event authorised or sanctioned by any international tennis governing body or national association for the length of their bans,” the ITIA said in a statement.