10 Facts About Daniele Bracciali


Daniele Bracciali was banned by the Italian Tennis Federation in 2015 for betting and did not play for several years, but returned in 2017.


In November 2018, Bracciali was given a life ban having been found guilty by the Tennis Integrity Unit.


Daniele Bracciali won his only ATP singles title in April 2006, at Casablanca, on clay.


Daniele Bracciali then took Andy Roddick, the previous year's runner-up, to five sets.


At Wimbledon, Daniele Bracciali partnered the Austrian veteran Julian Knowle and met Mirnyi and Nestor again in the second round.


Daniele Bracciali partnered Roberta Vinci in mixed doubles at the 2012 Australian Open.


At Wimbledon, Daniele Bracciali teamed up again with Vinci and reached the third round.

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Daniele Bracciali played with Vinci at the 2012 Summer Olympics, and with Andreas Seppi in men's doubles at the same event.


July and November 2007 interceptions between a businessman, Manlio Bruni, and Daniele Bracciali were found and they were extensively talking about gaining 50,000 euros each for a set won or lost depending on the match Daniele Bracciali was playing.


Daniele Bracciali came back on court in June 2018, but was once more banned, this time for life, in November of that year and was fined $250,000.