Giorgio Galimberti has become the fourth Italian player to be banned for betting on tennis.
Giorgio Galimberti was banned for 100 days by the ATP
Galimberti, 31, has been banned for 100 days and fined £17,808 after betting on games over a three-year period.
Compatriots Potito Starace, Daniele Bracciali and Alessio Di Mauro have also been found guilty of betting offences in recent months.
World number four Nikolay Davydenko is currently under investigation by the ATP's anti-corruption unit.
The governing body of men's tennis, the ATP, began investigating Galimberti, who has id ranked as the world number 1009, in August 2007.