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Diego Matos Suspended In Corruption Case  Tennis Now

Diego Matos has spent recent years playing Futures events and now his professional future is very much in doubt. The 30-year-old Brazilian veteran has been ...

Has tennis got a problem with corruption?  Tennishead

The Tennis Integrity Unit is better equipped than ever to fight corruption but there are still ways in which the sport's authorities could help themselves.

TIU suspends Diego Matos due to corruption!  Tennis World USA

The 30-year-old Brazilian Diego Matos has been provisionally suspended from professional tennis by independent Anti-Corruption Hearing Officer Prof Richard ...

Tennis: Italian Bracciali banned for life, Starace for 10 years  Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - Italian former world top-50 player Daniele Bracciali has been banned from tennis for life after being found guilty of match-fixing, the Tennis ...

Jon Wertheim Mailbag: What to Expect From Federer in '19  Sports Illustrated

In this offseason mailbag, Jon Wertheim fields questions on the Slam final-set formats, Venus and Federer, mid-match coaching and more.

Italian banned from tennis for life after being found guilty of match-fixing  Tennis365

Former world number 21 Daniele Bracciali has been banned from tennis for life after being found guilty of match-fixing, has been announced.

Tennis match-fixing: 'Tsunami' of corruption at lower levels says report  BBC Sport

A "tsunami" of match-fixing is plaguing lower-level tennis events, says a long-awaited report into corruption in the sport.

Popyrin promises better show at 2019 Dubai Open  gulfnews.com

London: Dubai teen Alexei Popyrin has promised his third visit at the annual Dubai Tennis Championships in 2019 should be a memorable one after coming ...

Tennis match-fixing: Corruption review to be published on Wednesday  BBC Sport

A long-awaited tennis corruption report is not expected to find that evidence of match-fixing has been suppressed when it is published on Wednesday.

INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 6 November 2018 - 19 November 2018  LawInSport

Over the past two weeks, media covered various match-fixing cases in several sports, results of operations related to organized crime and betting, as well as ...

If tennis really wants to stamp out corruption, it will need systemic change  The Conversation AU

An independent review has recommended steps to clean up the sport. Tennis authorities must now demonstrate they have the will to take action.

Ukrainian Tennis Twins Banned For Life And Fined $500,000 For Match-Fixing  Deadspin

Two 35-year-old low-level professional tennis players you've never heard of, Ukrainian twins Gleb and Vadim Alekseenko, have been banned for life and fined ...

Woeful lack of funding indicates tennis doesn’t take match-fixing seriously  iNews

In modern sport, nefariousness is never too far away if you look closely enough. Even the All-England Club is fighting corruption on its own lush lawns.

Tennis - Peng handed six-month ban for breaching anti-corruption rules  Channel NewsAsia

Former Wimbledon doubles champion Peng Shuai's season was all but over on Wednesday after she was handed a six-month ban and a US$10000 fine for ...

13 people arrested in Belgium for tennis corruption  Tennis World USA

It's just more than a month that the Independent Review Panel shared its investigation, now the work continues. 13 people have been arrested for tennis ...

Argentine tennis pro Federico Coria banned and fined for corruption  ESPN

Argentine tennis player Federico Coria has been banned for eight months and fined $10000 for anti-corruption offences.

Latest WTA Rankings 19 November 2018: Former No. 14 Peng Shuai returns to top 200 with Houston triumph  Livetennis.com

Former top 15 player Peng Shuai is back into the world's top 200 after winning the WTA 125k Series title in Houston on Sunday night.

Tennis Integrity Unit Suspends Nigerian Tennis Player for Two Years  Tennis World USA

Tennis - The Tennis Integrity Unit has suspended Nigerian tennis player Loveth Donatus from the sport for two years and fined her $5,000 after being found ...

Mailbag: Adding Some Much-Needed Context to the Report On Corruption Within Tennis  Sports Illustrated

The recent report on corruption within tennis lacks a necessary distinction between ATP/WTA stalwarts and what we call "hobbyists."

Tennis: Federico Coria found guilty of anti-corruption charge  Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - Federico Coria has been found guilty of a breach of the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program - the second player from Argentina to fall foul of the ...

Sportradar concerned for tennis integrity  The Sydney Morning Herald

Sportradar says dorruption within tennis is likely to become worse if the sport's independent review panel pushes ahead with eye-catching recommendation.

Kaloyeros' supporters plead to judge for leniency for former SUNY campus leader  Buffalo News

ALBANY – Like others pleading for leniency, Alain Kaloyeros turned to family members, friends, colleagues and community leaders to help make his case before ...

Argentine tennis player guilty of corruption 'breaches'  Sport24

Federico Coria, the 26-year old Argentinian tennis player, has been found guilty of failing to report an attempt to bribe him.

6th Armenian charged in Belgium over tennis match-fixing  Sport24

A sixth Armenian has been charged in Belgium with corruption and money laundering and other crimes as part of an investigation into match-fixing in tennis.

Tennis fans still waiting to see how authorities will stamp out match-fixing  ABC News

Two years after tennis authorities announced a sweeping review of the sport's integrity regime, fans are still waiting to see how they'll clean up the sport.

Three Thai Tennis Umpires Banned For Life For Betting And Match-Fixing  Deadspin

Three Thai tennis umpires have been banned for life after being found guilty of match-fixing and betting offenses at low-level tournaments, according to a ...

Peng Shuai prepares for return to Melbourne  Baseline

Former world No. 14 Peng Shuai captured a wildcard to the 2019 Australian Open by winning the Australian Open Wildcard Playoff just over a week ago in ...

Tennis: Argentine Heras found guilty of match-fixing  Reuters

(Reuters) - Argentine tennis player Patricio Heras has been found guilty of match fixing and suspended until his punishment is confirmed at a later date, the ...

Tennis: Argentine Kicker gets six-year suspension for match-fixing  Reuters

(Reuters) - Argentine tennis player Nicolas Kicker has been suspended for six years and fined $25,000 by the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) after being found guilty ...

Wimbledon first-round men's doubles tennis clash reported over match-fixing suspicions  ABC News

A men's doubles match at Wimbledon has been reported to gaming and tennis authorities as suspicious after an out of the ordinary late shift in odds, the ABC ...

Tennis made 'outrageous' error by selling Futures data without more consultation, says former anti-corruption officer  The Telegraph

As the dust thrown up by Wednesday's Independent Review of Integrity in Tennis began to settle, the former anti-corruption officer Richard Ings told the Daily ...

Tennis Still Has A Betting Integrity Problem, We’re Reminded At Wimbledon  Legal Sports Report

Yet another alleged case of match-fixing in tennis raises serious questions about integrity and the ability of sports leagues to identify potential issues.

China's Peng banned and fined, Tennis News & Top Stories  The Straits Times

LONDON • The 2013 Wimbledon doubles champion Peng Shuai's season was all but over on Wednesday after she was handed a six-month ban and a ...

Tennis betting: 13 players sanctioned in 2017 after Tennis Integrity Unit investigations  BBC Sport

Thirteen players were sanctioned in 2017 after investigations by the Tennis Integrity Unit, its annual report shows.

Chinese Tennis star Peng Shuai accused of 'stalking' doubles partner in Wimbledon corruption row  Hong Kong Free Press

Belgium's Alison Van Uytvanck on Sunday accused Peng Shuai of “stalking” her in the controversy which saw the Chinese tennis star banned and fined in a ...

Tennis match-fixing probe targets growing market for sports data  Philly.com

A panel suggests that the $70 million partnership between the International Tennis Federation and global data firm Sportradar be dissolved immediately.

Tennis has 'more suspicious betting than any other sport', says review – video  The Guardian

Tennis faces a 'serious and substantial' integrity problem with lower levels of the sport engulfed in a 'tsunami' of corruption, according to independent review.

Australian player serves 19-month ban for fixing  Sport24

Australian tennis player Oliver Anderson can return to playing immediately after serving a suspension for deliberately losing a set in a match.

International Tennis Federation announces fresh anti match-fixing measures  The Telegraph

With tennis's Independent Review Panel expected to report on the match-fixing crisis before the end of the month, the body that runs most of the world's ...

Former Australian Open junior champion Oliver Anderson can resume tennis career after match fixing suspension  ABC News

Former Australian Open junior champion Oliver Anderson is free to resume his tennis career after admitting to a match fixing offence and spending 19 months on ...

Guatemalan tennis player banned 2 years for match-fixing  Washington Post

Guatemalan player Christopher Diaz-Figueroa has been banned from tennis for two years for match-fixing.

Corruption report reveals 'tsunami' of fixed tennis matches on lower levels  Tennis World USA

Tennis - On Wednesday, in a conference call in London, the corruption report about match fixing was finally revealed after 14 months of work.

Possible Wimbledon match-fixing under investigation by tennis anti-corruption body  The Washington Post

Three Wimbledon matches from this year's Grand Slam, including one from the main draw, are under investigation for potential match-fixing violations.

Egypt's Karim Hossam banned from tennis for life for multiple match-fixing offences  BBC Sport

Egypt's Karim Hossam has been banned from tennis for life and fined $15000 (£11391) after being convicted of multiple match-fixing offences.

Ukrainian twins banned for life for match-fixing  SuperSport

Ukrainian twin brothers Gleb and Vadim Alekseenko have been banned from tennis for life and fined $250 000 each for "multiple match-fixing offences", the ...

Corruption report costing £15m and spanning 2,000 pages to rock tennis  Daily Mail

Tennis is bracing itself this week for the publication of the long-awaited — and apparently very long — Independent Review Panel report into corruption in the ...

Armenian-Belgian Gang That Fixed Tennis Matches Arrested  OCCRP

Belgian police detained 13 people as part of an international tennis match-fixing investigation on Tuesday. Tennis Racket and Balls (From: Vladsinger) ...

Wimbledon 2018: Anti-corruption unit investigates doubles match  Evening Standard

A Wimbledon men's doubles clash has been referred to match-fixing officials to investigate any possible wrongdoing. The match, which cannot be identified for ...

Sitting down with Santa  Cayman 27

Tracking down Santa Claus – at this busy time of year – takes some doing, but Cayman 27 managed it on Thursday (13 December.) On a short break from the ...

Argentinian tennis player handed five-year ban for match-fixing  Times of India

Tennis News: Argentina's Patricio Heras has been banned from tennis for five years and fined $25000 for match-fixing and other related offences. Heras was ...

Unseeded Marco Cecchinato on an Unthinkable Ride at French Open  The New York Times

PARIS — Let us not bury the lede. Marco Cecchinato, a 25-year-old Italian ranked No. 72 who had not won a Grand Slam singles match until arriving at the ...

Egyptian Karim Hossam is banned for life and fined for match-fixing!  Tennis World USA

The 24-year-old Egyptian player Karim Hossam, once the most promising youngster in Africa, has been banned for life and fined $15,000 after being convicted ...

Bernard Tomic threatens to reveal Tennis Australia ‘corruption’  The Australian

Temperamental Aussie tennis player Bernard Tomic has threatened to out Tennis Australia over what he says is corruption in the organisation, as he swaps his ...

Looking back on South Coast history: December 15 to 16  South Coast Herald

The end of apartheid didn't necessarily put an end to all evils. December 15. 1995 “While the Government of National Unity is forming commissions to probe into ...

Colombian tennis player Barlaham Zuluaga Gaviria barred 3 years for noncooperation in corruption investigation  ESPN

Colombian tennis player Barlaham Zuluaga Gaviria was suspended for three years and fined $5000 for failing to cooperate with a corruption investigation.

Gleb and Vadim Alekseenko are banned for life for match-fixing offenses  Tennis World USA

The 35-year-old Ukrainian twin brothers Gleb and Vadim Alekseenko have been found guilty of multiple match-fixing and associated offenses and they are ...

Luca Gelhardt is suspended and fined for betting on tennis  Tennis World USA

The 23-year Luca Gelhardt from Koblenz, Germany, will not be able to compete for the next four months, suffering a suspension and $3,500 fine after being ...

Wimbledon 2018: Fernando Verdasco, David Marrero, match-fixing  NEWS.com.au

THE Spanish men's doubles team of Fernando Verdasco and David Marrero are being investigated for suspected match-fixing in a first-round contest at ...

Tennis match-fixing claims: Review into anti-corruption  BBC Sport

Tennis officials will carry out an independent review into their anti-corruption practices after the sport was hit with claims of match-fixing. The news follows a BBC ...

‘I didn’t even know what Wimbledon was,’ says mother of new champion for Asian-Americans  South China Morning Post

The girls' singles winner at SW19 in 2017 triumphs in her first ever main draw match and is already talking about being a role model.

Patricio Heras is banned for five years after match-fixing  Tennis World USA

Back in July, the 29-year-old Argentinian Patricio Heras had been suspended from the competition, after being found guilty of match-fixing. Back in September ...

WTA Finals Singapore 2018: all you need to know  South China Morning Post

The WTA Finals is about to kick off in Singapore for the fifth and final time, and here is everything you need to know about the tournament. The season-ending ...

Tennis Has Always Been Corrupt  Daily Beast

The suspicions of corruption surrounding the Australian Open shouldn't surprise us. Players have been taking money under the table, and fixing matches, ...

Bernard Tomic denies being mentally fragile, accuses Tennis Australia of corruption  The Sydney Morning Herald

Bernard Tomic has denied being too mentally fragile to enter I'm A Celebrity .. Get Me Out Of Here! and accused Tennis Australia of corruption on The Project.

German tennis player banned for placing 280 bets  Sport24

London - German tennis player Luca Gelhardt was Friday banned for eight months and fined $7,000 after being found guilty of placing 280 bets on matches, the ...

Can Simona Halep Do for Romanian Tennis What Nadia Comaneci Did for Gymnastics?  The New York Times

Comaneci thinks so: “Every 40, 50 years, there comes somebody who breaks the rules, and they make history,” she said after Halep's French Open win.

Naomi Osaka: The Tennis Star Who Was Overlooked by Everyone  Wall Street Journal

Naomi Osaka's stunning star turn at the U.S. Open last weekend has posed a question: Why did she win the championship playing under the Japanese banner ...

Tennis Australia under investigation for breaching anti-corruption norms  Tennis World USA

Tennis Australia has been fighting against the match-fixing problem for a while now. In 2016, it had emerged that the Australian Open boys' singles champion ...

Investigation on betting brings attention to Yevgeny Kafelnikov  Tennis Magazine

Yevgeny Kafelnikov was investigated by the ATP in relation to suspicious betting in 2003 and is the player an Independent Panel suggested could have retired ...

Why Djokovic is right to say tennis players need a union  The Conversation AU

Novak Djokovic has called for professional tennis players to form a union, claiming they receive just 7% of the revenue generated by the four grand slams.

Gambling watchdog investigating Tennis Australia  The Age

The Victorian gambling watchdog is investigating Tennis Australia after accusations it contravened anti-corruption protocol and has not done enough to prevent ...

Kafelnikov was 'Player B' who retired amid betting scandal  The Sydney Morning Herald

Yevgeny Kafelnikov, the Russian former world No 1 and double grand-slam winner, can be revealed as the player whose retirement was deemed "concerning".

Game, set and match-fix: what more can be done to stop corruption in tennis?  The Conversation AU

The problem of corruption in tennis is likely to be an ongoing threat. So, it is important that the Tennis Integrity Unit develop into a trusted and convincing ...

Tennis match fixing: Is tennis awash with corruption or is this latest report a storm in a teacup?  The Independent

What exactly are the allegations that were made yesterday? BuzzFeed News and the BBC conducted a year-long investigation into tennis and concluded that ...

Measuring Up: How smaller pros are impacting an increasingly tall ATP  Tennis Magazine

There is plenty to suggest that bigger is better on the ATP tour these days. The Top 10 has never been taller, thanks to recent breakthroughs like 6'6" Alexander ...

ATP, WTA eye outside help for tennis players harassed online  Fox News

Madison Keys was the U.S. Open runner-up last year and a French Open semifinalist last month, is considered a contender at Wimbledon right now — and, still, ...

Serena Williams puts tennis chiefs in mother of a quandary  Stuff.co.nz

OPINION: During a brief wave of match-fixing hysteria two years ago, a whizz-kid with a laptop drew up a list of tennis players who attracted unusual betting ...

How Seeding, a Term From Agriculture, Took Root In Tennis  Wall Street Journal

It didn't take long at the U.S. Open Tennis Championships in New York City this week for there to be a major upset: Simona Halep, ranked No. 1 in the world and ...

Twitter Reacts to Naomi Osaka's Victory over Serena Williams at US Open  Tennis Now

The U.S. Open Women's Singles final was, well, um, jeez, how do we explain the U.S. Open women's singles final? Let's just say it was interesting beyond belief ...

A star is born? Yastremska upstages Wang for Hong Kong title  South China Morning Post

Unheralded 18-year-old from Ukraine announces herself on the world stage by cruising to straight sets victory against China's No 1 at Victoria Park, as wait for ...

Johnson: £160k tennis match did take place  BBC News

Boris Johnson has defended a £160,000 donation made to the Conservatives by a former Russian minister's wife in return for a tennis match with him.

Dan Evans set to return at end of drugs ban for taking 'life-ruiner' cocaine  BBC Sport

British tennis player Dan Evans is set to return this weekend - a year after testing positive for "life-ruining" cocaine.

Naomi Osaka talks injury – and Michael B. Jordan – in Hong Kong  South China Morning Post

The organisers of the Prudential Hong Kong Open could be forgiven for wondering if they have been cursed by the tennis gods, after Naomi Osaka was forced to ...

A World Cup dream for tennis but will ATP's World Team plans prove a hit?  SportsPro Media

The ATP has used Wimbledon fortnight to confirm plans for a World Team Cup of men's tennis that could rival a revamped Davis Cup, but the appetite for either ...

How Tennis Plans to Attract More Younger Players  Wall Street Journal

Amy Choyne, the USTA's marketing chief, wants families to see the sport as less expensive, less competitive and not so difficult.

After shock win over Halep, Taiwan’s Hsieh has recipe for Wimbledon success  South China Morning Post

Fuelled by burgers, lobster and a new-found freedom on the court Taiwain's Hsieh Su-wei joined the Wimbledon giant-killing spree with a stunning upset of ...

Courtside Corruption: Match Fixing in Men's Tennis  BUzz

Tennis is all Daniel Kollerer has ever known. The Austrian left school when he was sixteen. The following year he turned professional. Just nine short years later, ...

Serena Williams’ outburst is nothing we haven’t seen from male tennis players  The Irish Sun

The tennis champ has been roundly condemned for losing her temper and berating the umpire, Carlos Ramos, at the US Open Final after her shock defeat to ...

Tsitsipas and De Minaur Set Battle of Undefeated in Milan  Tennis Now

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alex de Minaur have a simple motto in Milan: Refuse to lose. But one of them will have to fall on Saturday as the two start as slated to face ...

Why Naomi Osaka will be a hit among Hong Kong tennis fans  South China Morning Post

There's plenty of homegrown talent on display at Victoria Park next week, but Japanese star will be centre of attention, says Hong Kong number one Zhang Ling.

Hello, Novak Djokovic! Tennis Missed You.  The Wall Street Journal

After injury and self-doubt, a comeback Wimbledon triumph for Novak Djokovic.

Argentine tennis player Patricio Heras found guilty of match-fixing  India Today

Patricio Heras was found to have contrived the outcome of a match at the ATP Challenger event in Barranquilla, Colombia in 2015.

Argentina's Patricio Heras suspended after found guilty of match-fixing  India Today

Argentina's Patricio Heras has been suspended after he was found guilty of match-fixing on Friday. Heras was found to have contrived the outcome of a match at ...

Kei Nishikori laments ‘sad’ news of Nicolas Kicker match-fixing charges  Sport360

Japanese star Kei Nishikori has reacted to the news of Nicolas Kicker's match-fixing charges, which were revealed on the same day the pair were scheduled to ...

Birthday girl Muguruza starts the party at Hong Kong Open  South China Morning Post

She may have been celebrating her 25th birthday the night before, but Garbine Muguruza was all business on Tuesday at the Prudential Hong Kong Tennis ...

Tennis Roundup: Davis Cup Reorganization Facing Vote  Valley News

New York — A new Davis Cup format that tennis' governing body believes is more enticing for players and more lucrative for nations will be voted on this week.

$300 Million for an Aging Tennis Star? Roger Federer Is Worth It, Uniqlo Says  The Wall Street Journal

Weeks after it signed Roger Federer to a $300 million endorsement deal, Uniqlo is explaining why a company not known for sports attire is making such a big ...

Rising Kashmir  Rising Kashmir

Devised to give a massive push to the public infrastructure, Rs 88911 crore state budget for the fiscal 2019-20 was approved by the State Administrative Council ...

Three Australian tennis players found guilty of corruption as fixing fears grow  The Sydney Morning Herald

Three Australian tennis players have been found guilty of corruption by the sport's international integrity watchdog, only days after another promising junior was ...

Montreal's Félix Auger-Aliassime targets top-50 tennis ranking in 2019  Montreal Gazette

The 18-year-old has enjoyed a rapid rise in the men's tennis rankings in 2018, reaching a career-high No. 109 this month.