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Match-fixing allegations see tennis bodies launch review of integrity controls

27th January 2016 9:52 am GMT

The governing bodies of world tennis have launched an independent review of the sport’s anti-corruption programmes to assess ways in which controls can be tightened following allegations that match-fixing is widespread.

The chairman and chief executives of the Association of Tennis Professionals, World Tennis Association, International Tennis Federation and Grand Slam Board, have launched the review, which will be led by Adam Lewis QC, and aimed at further safeguarding the integrity of [...]

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