Following up on the shocking reports📝 of high-level match fixing in tennis🎾 which emerged before this year's Australian Open🎾, more than 2 dozen top ranking players have been named in the evidence seized from a match-fixer😳. But the Italian authorities who handed over the evidence which include chat logs💬 to tennis authorities claim that they have been ignored😱. The documents handed over by prosecutors from Italian city of Cremona show that players were offered between €50,000 and €300,000💵 to deliberately lose matches. In addition to that, 2⃣ Italian players - Potito Starace and Daniel Bracciali - have been accused of criminally conspiring👎 to fix several matches for the gamblers😯. Bracciali and Starace have denied the claims and are planning to contest the charges😠. The authorities claim that Tennis Integrity Unit(TIU) closed the file and allowed the players to carry on playing. Starace was a semifinalist in French Open 2012 and has a career high ranking of 27.