Tennis Match Fixing in South America

The recent decision of the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) to suspend Chilean tennis player Juan Carlos Sáez for eight years and fine him $12.500 for breaching the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program (TACP) has garnered significant media attention and presented an opportunity to address a problem worldwide: match fixing in tennis. Juan Carlos Sáez (aged 28 with … Continue reading Tennis Match Fixing in South America

Tackling Match Fixing

Last week several players, ex-players and senior club figures from Spain's top three divisions were arrested and questioned by the police. Their alleged crime? Match Fixing. The police claimed to have spotted a familiar pattern of money moving between certain individuals and an increase in betting of roughly 14 times the normal in a Segunda Division … Continue reading Tackling Match Fixing