Zulfadli was slapped with a 20-year ban after a panel proved he fixed the results of four matches.
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Two Malaysian badminton players have been hit with career-ending bans of 20 and 15 years respectively after being found guilty of corruption and match-fixing, the sport's governing body said Wednesday. The Badminton World Federation said former world junior champion Zulfadli Zulkiffli, 25, was banned for 20 years and fined $25,000, while Tan Chun Seang, 31, was barred for 15 years and fined $15,000 .Zulfadli committed more violations over a longer period and it was proven he had manipulated the results of four matches, the BWF said.In 2014 the BWF asked police to investigate claims by two Danish players, Hans-Kristian Vittinghus and Kim Astrup, that they were approached by a Malaysian man to throw matches.
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