In October 2011, Mr Savic, now 30, was banned from tennis for life and fined US$100,000 after being found guilty of three offenses under the then Uniform Tennis Anti-Corruption Program.
In September 2012, following an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the permanent suspension was upheld but the fine was withdrawn.
Consistent with the confidentiality of the Anti-Corruption Hearing process, no further details of the Appeal or Decision will be made public.
The Tennis Integrity Unit is an initiative of the Grand Slam Board, the International Tennis Federation, the ATP World Tour and the WTA, who are jointly committed to a zero tolerance approach to corruption in tennis.
A review of the terms of the lifetime ban imposed on Serbian tennis player David Savic for corruption offenses in October 2011, has reconfirmed his permanent exclusion as a player, but will allow him to act as a coach, with effect from March 2016.