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LONDON (AP) — Romanian tennis player Petru-Alexandru Luncanu has been banned for five years and fined $40,000 in a match-fixing case, the International Tennis Integrity Agency said Friday.

Five out of seven match-fixing charges brought by the ITIA against Luncanu were upheld at an anti-corruption hearing, the agency said, relating to "contriving the outcome or any other aspect of several matches, and directly or indirectly facilitating tennis wagering."

The 34-year-old Luncanu was also found guilty on a separate charge of failing to cooperate fully with the ITIA investigation by withdrawing consent for his phone to be analyzed.

Luncanu's highest ranking was 304th in 2009. International Tennis Federation records show his last match was a first-round loss at a low-level event in Romania in July.