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New York Times Looks at Anti-Corruption Efforts in Tennis

Tennis’ anti-corruption efforts are questioned by The New York Times even though the Tennis Integrity Unit found “no evidence of corrupt activity” in its investigation...

Positive drug test leads to two year suspension for Maria Sharapova

Maria Sharapova is one of the most famous tennis players in the world. She lived in the United States for 10 years and during...

Djokovic joins the Mount Rushmore of tennis

Andy Murray dumped a cross-court backhand into the net. With the miss, Novak Djokovic won the point, and with it the game, the set,...

Djokovic Calls for Ranking Points to be Available at Olympic Games as Top-Ranked American...

World number one Novak Djokovic has called for ranking points to be available at future Olympic tennis tournaments, describing the competition as “like a...

Winner of first-ever wheelchair singles title at Wimbledon to receive £25,000

The winner of the wheelchair singles at the Wimbledon Championships when it makes its debut later this year will earn £25,000 ($36,000/€32,000), the All-England...

ITF President Haggerty reveals 48 possible match-fixing cases flagged in first quarter of 2016

A total of 48 possible match-fixing cases have been flagged by the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) in the first quarter of this year, the...

Nadal downs Monfils to claim ninth Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters crown in Tennis

Rafael Nadal secured his ninth Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters title after the Spaniard overcame France’s Gael Monfils in a three-set final on Court Ranier III...

WADA confirm 99 positive tests for meldonium in 2016

There have been ninety-nine positive drug tests for meldonium in sport this year, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has confirmed. The heart-attack drug, only added to the...

Italian prosecutor calls for investigation into 24 leading tennis players linked to match-fixing

Italian prosecutor Roberto Di Martino has called for more top tennis players to be investigated for possible involvement in match fixing rings, claiming he...

Tennis: The passport to a development journey in Uganda

Unlike tennis coaching in Australia, the Tennis For All Uganda program starts by focusing on community rather than individual development. But in the end...

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