Davydenko agrees to provide phone records to ATP
PORTLAND, Ore. -- After refusing for months, embattled Russian tennis star Nikolay Davydenko has decided to turn over personal phone records to ATP investigators who are conducting a probe into suspicious gambling activity on one of his matches.
Davydenko, who is in Portland with his Russian teammates preparing for this weekend's Davis Cup final against the U.S., told ESPN on Tuesday that he changed course on the advice of his attorney.
"I'm cooperating and turning ...
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