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Tennis is plagued by 'significant' corruption, report warns
"The imbalance between prize money and costs is foremost among the several circumstances that render professional tennis vulnerable to breaches of integrity," the report said. While the world's top 150 ranked players can earn enough money to make a ...
Tackling tennis corruption 'depends on government crackdown on betting regulations'
Tennis corruption interim report finds 'lamentably fertile breeding ground for breaches of integrity'
Report: Tennis facing 'tsunami' of problems
Australian courts taking it 'too easy' on tennis match-fixers
Frost, who has been provisionally suspended by the Tennis Integrity Unit, is also facing two charges of possessing dangerous drugs and a further eight charges of supplying dangerous drugs, with his case listed for mention at the Brisbane Magistrates ...
Tennis - Yikes! The state of Novak Djokovic going from bad to worse
At the moment, there's no reason to believe Novak Djokovic will return to his glory days. The question is: Can the slumping Serb even come back half as strong?
Tough Call: Should HawkEye be used on clay?
Every week Tennis Channel and Tennis.com will be introducing a Tough Call around a thought provoking topic - and our panel of experts will chime in both on-air and online. Be sure to join the discussion, weigh in on our polls, or comment on Facebook ...
Pavlyuchenkova advances after Muguruza retires in Stuttgart
STUTTGART, Germany -- Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia reached the quarterfinals of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix when No.2 seed Garbiñe Muguruza of Spain retired from the match due to a lower back injury, after the Russian claimed the first set, 7-5 ...
Stuttgart Open: Garbine Muguruza among three retirements in last ...
Tennis: Kerber, Muguruza limp out of Stuttgart
Tennis prodigy Eddie Vo is into the history books with a second under age victory
Tennis prodigy Eddie Vo is into the history books with a second under age victory. RISING tennis star Eddie Vo has etched his name into Australian tennis history books after becoming the first player to win both an under-12 and an under-14 grass court ...
Tennis made 'outrageous' error by selling Futures data without more consultation, says former anti-corruption officer
“We are talking about matches played with no spectators, no security, no line judges. And Sportradar [which struck the original deal for Futures data in 2012] are like a white-label bookmaker: they collect the scores, provide the odds, and then pass it ...
Tennis has 'more suspicious betting than any other sport', says review – video
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 ...
New York Times
He's 19. She's 48 and Married. When They Play Doubles Tennis, It's a Match.
New York Times
In a small town in suburban Surrey, Paul meets Susan at the local tennis club, where they are assigned to be partners in a doubles tournament. Susan is married, with two daughters, and as Mrs. Robinsons go she is shy but ironic, seemingly insouciant ...
New Prague Times
Trojan tennis team toppled by Tigers, Cougars
New Prague Times
The New Prague Trojan boys tennis team lost a couple of matches last week, falling to Hutchinson and Mankato East. The team is 1- 3 (0-1 Wright County Conference) on the season. The team was scheduled to compete at Mound Westonka Tuesday, April 24, and ...