The anti-corruption body for tennis has reported that the number of suspicious betting alerts in the first quarter of 2019 has hit a record low. The numbers come from the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU), which began publishing the number of betting alerts in 2015.
Serena Williams is the favourite to win the 2019 Australian Open as the women’s tennis season kicks into gear with the first major tournament of the year down under.
The tennis season returns with the 2019 Qatar ExxonMobil Open, with world number one Novak Djokovic priced as the betting favourite in the first event of the new year.
A long tennis season comes to an end this weekend with the 2018 Davis Cup Final in Lille, France running from 23-25 November.
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic return to the court as the Asian swing of the tennis season continues, with the 2018 Shanghai Masters taking centre stage for the next week or so.
2018 US Open favourite Novak Djokovic will have to beat Roger Federer early if he is to win this year’s tournament, while defending champions Rafael Nadal appears to have a kind draw.
Andy Murray makes another long-awaited return to the court this week, with Alexander Zverev the favourite for the 2018 Citi Open as the tennis season’s build-up to the US Open gathers pace.
Andy Murray is due to make his long-awaited return to action at the 2018 Queen’s Club Championships, with players warming up for the next major of the year.
An independent review panel tasked with assessing the state of integrity in tennis has reported its initial findings and what it found does not paint the lower levels of professional tennis in a positive light. In a news conference on Wednesday, the review panel reported finding rampant match-fixing in lower-level tennis matches.
Roger Federer left it late to decide whether or not to play in the 2018 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, leaving a wide open field for the tournament.