Wall Street JournalTennis Season Opens to Accusations of Match FixingWall Street JournalMelbourne, Australia. A media investigation alleging that tennis isn't doing enough to catch match fixers dominated the debut hours of the Australian Open Monday, drawing heated denials from officials of the sport. “The Tennis Integrity Unit and the ...Tennis's Watchdog Seems to Operate in the DarkNew York TimesGame, Set, Fixed Match! Reports of rampant tennis corruption surfaceNew York Daily NewsTennis fixing 'three times' greater than all other sport put togetherTelegraph.co.ukVanity Fair -Fox Newsall 1,095 news articles » > read whole article

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