WTA player Camila Giorgi is under suspicion as a client of an anti-vax physician who is suspected of willingly issuing fake covid documents to several noted – if unnamed – Italians.

Rome’s La Repubblica reported that the world No. 67, who turns 31 on Friday, may have played the 2022 Australian and US Open using false vaccination documents.

The winner of three career titles including the 2021 Masters event in Montreal, did not pass the third round in either of the two Grand Slams in question.

Vaccination paperwork was required last season at both of the majors under national rules in the US and Australia.

The newspaper said police in the northern city of Vicenza near Venice are probing the case of the unnamed doctor who allegedly issued the dodgy documents.

Details have apparently been provided to Italian tennis bosses by the cops.

The paper said that due to the criminal nature of the probe, any tennis sanctions of Giorgi will likely be far down the do-to list for authorities.