Sports betting integrity body ESSA has revealed that its members raised 73 alerts over unusual or suspicious betting patterns during the second quarter of 2015, with tennis again the sport most targeted by match-fixers.

In its second quarterly integrity report, which details the level of suspicious betting activity detected on the markets of a number of leading betting operators, tennis constituted the highest number of suspicious alerts in Q2, continuing a trend seen in the previous quarter.

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