The case of a Queensland tennis player charged over alleged match-fixing at a tournament in rural Victoria in 2016 will return to court later in June.
Former professional Isaac Frost faced the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Wednesday on a total of 11 charges, including one of facilitating match-fixing for pecuniary benefit.
He was granted bail and the matter is set to return to court on June 26.
It came after an ongoing investigation into the Challenger Tournament in Traralgon, the same tournament that led to rising star Oliver Anderson being charged with match-fixing.
Anderson was the reigning Australian Open boys' singles champion at the time of the tournament.
Detective Superintendent Jon Wacker on Thursday said match-fixing was a growing scourge in Australian society.
"Match fixing pulls at the very fabric of our sporting culture and identity," he said.
Frost is also facing nine counts of supplying a dangerous drug and one count of possessing a dangerous drug.