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Tennis is plagued by "significant" corruption across the world, an investigation has warned. Match-fixing is endemic across lower-levels of the sport, but there is no evidence that elite tennis players take part, the Independent Review Panel (IRP) that  - -
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Stung by a highly critical report on the eve of the 2016 Australian Open that alleged deep-rooted corruption in tennis and a massive cover-up at the highest level, the sport's leaders made the bold move of appointing an independent panel to investigate
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A long-awaited tennis corruption report is not expected to find that evidence of match-fixing has been suppressed. The Independent Review Panel (IRP) was set up in January 2016 after a BBC and BuzzFeed News investigation uncovered suspected illegal ...
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Lots of questions this week about the Independent Review of Integrity in Tennis that was released last week, citing a “tsunami” of corruption and integrity issues. Ironically, days earlier the Rice Commission released a similar report on the integrity
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The sport's seven governing bodies — the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), Women's Tennis Association, International Tennis Federation and four grand-slams — received the 2,000-page report last week under non-disclosure agreements. It is so ...
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The Independent Review Panel (IRP) was set up in 2016 after investigations by BBC and Buzzfeed claimed that there was widespread match-fixing and illegal betting in tennis. Reports also suggested that the governing bodies such as the International ...
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On Wednesday, the Independent Review Panel recommended that the Sportradar deal should be scrapped, and the International Tennis Federation – which runs the Futures circuit – paid compensation for their loss by the rest of the sport. So what about the ...
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Two years ago, after Buzzfeed and the BBC reported widespread match fixing in tennis, the sport's governing bodies created an independent panel to review the problem. Last week, that panel came back with a report of rampant corruption in the lower
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London - Wimbledon bosses have backed plans to restructure the lower levels of tennis in a bid to clamp down on match-fixing involving players struggling to make a living from the sport. A recent 'Independent Review of Integrity in Tennis' report said
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An independent review of corruption in tennis found that the sport "faces a serious integrity problem" at its lower levels — a "tsunami," according to one person interviewed — but did not determine there are widespread problems at ATP, WTA and Grand
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Tennis has been engulfed by a 'tsunami' of corruption at the lower levels of the game according to Adam Lewis QC, the author of the Independent Review of Integrity in Tennis. The report found that the nature and extent of the problem faced by the sport
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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 sport. Said to consist of approximately 2,000 pages, and having cost upwards of £15million
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RELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO. Tennis 'in tsunami of betting corruption'. Adam Lewis QC, chair of the Independent Review of Integrity in Tennis, says that betting-related corruption in the game is a serious problem.
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The time has finally come. The Independent Review Panel will release its corruption report in tennis this week on Wednesday, April 25th, after working on it for more than 14 months, starting in February 2017 following a Buzzfeed and BBC report of ...
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“In recent years, we have witnessed an increase in match-fixing in tennis and as was noted by the Independent Review Panel's interim report, lower category tournaments are particularly vulnerable to manipulations,” said GLMS president Ludovico Calvi.