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Tsunami' of match-fixing in lower-level tennis: review panel

74   //    25 Apr 2018, 18:17 IST

London, Apr 25 (AFP) Lower-level tennis has a "tsunami"-like problem with match-fixing, according to a review panel set up to look into allegations of corruption in the sport which published its findings on Wednesday.

The Independent Review Panel (IRP) says there is a "very significant" corruption problem at "lower and middle levels of the sport", and especially in the men's game.

The panel was set up in January 2016 following allegations made by the BBC and Buzzfeed that leading players, including Grand Slam winners, were involved in suspected match-fixing and that evidence had been suppressed

Press Trust of India (PTI) is a news agency in India
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