Tennis Integrity Unit eyes suspicious exhibition matches

LONDON – The Tennis Integrity Unit has raised considerations over 24 “suspicious matches” at exhibitions organized whereas the boys’s and girls’s excursions are shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic.


The TIU, which investigates match-fixing instances within the sport, mentioned Friday it obtained stories of the matches at personal tournaments staged between April and June.

The stories are filed by playing corporations who monitor uncommon betting patterns round matches. Suspicious betting patterns do not essentially imply a match was mounted. The same impact may also occur if insider details about a participant’s damage leaks.

“Suspicious betting on tennis throughout the lockdown is seen as a agency indicator that corruptors stay lively, and are prone to enhance their deal with the game when skilled tennis resumes in August,” the TIU mentioned in an announcement.


Non-public tennis exhibitions have proliferated after the ATP and WTA excursions closed down in March. Some have little or no oversight. In addition to a smattering of occasions with big-name gamers, there are a lot of smaller occasions all over the world with low-ranked gamers.

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