The suspension will be lifted after four months and reduced by $3,000 if Norfeldt, 20, does not commit any additional breaches of the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program. Norfeldt will be unable to attend or compete in any tournament sanctioned by tennis' governing bodies and will be eligible for reinstatement on July 13.
A university spokesman offered no comment on Norfeldt's status other than to confirm he plays for the team. Norfeldt, who competed for San Diego as recently as Saturday, reached a career-high world ranking of 1,501 in October 2017. His most recent tournament appearance was in a doubles match at the ITF event in Falun, Sweden, that month.
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