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Italian Tennis Players Want Court To Dismiss Their Appeal
Published June 17, 2011
The players had sued the ATP for sanctioning and fining them for gambling offenses. A lower district court earlier this year dismissed the lawsuit, and the ATP has moved to collect about half a million dollars in legal fees. The lower court ruled it would wait out the appeal before deciding on the fines. The players are Giorgio Galimberti, Alessio Di Mauro, Potito Starace and Danielle Bracciali. The estate of the late Federico Luzzi is also a plaintiff.