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Gambling Media: Gambling in tennis

Tennis launches corruption review
BBC News, UK
A series of scandals involving gambling damaged tennis’ reputation last season. A match involving world number four Nikolay Davydenko is still being …

Coaching hire draws criticism
Charlotte Observer, NC
… were appointed by tennis’ governing bodies. The sport’s leaders want to avoid more problems after a season that included a gambling investigation into a …

Stubs solves Davydenko dilemma
sportal.com.au, Australia
… just hours after tennis authorities launched a review of their anti-corruption policies in order to combat the threat posed by gambling. …

Federer ‘won’t be bothered by illness’
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Davydenko was the centre of a gambling investigation last August. An online site voided all wagers on the match in Poland between Davydenko and 87th-ranked …

ATP sanctions Italians for tennis betting
Bangkok Post, Thailand
“The ATP’s Tennis Anti-Corruption Program, communicated to all players on a regular basis, states clearly and unambiguously that gambling on tennis by …

Rusedski tips Murray for top three
Scotsman, United Kingdom
Meanwhile, tennis authorities have launched a review of their anti- corruption policies as they seek to combat the threat posed by gambling. …

Briefs: Jones lands 5-year deal with SMU
DetNews.com, MI
… will be appointed by tennis’ governing bodies. Last season included a gambling investigation into a match involving Nikolay Davydenko and the …

Weekend Wrap: Murray Wins, Nadal Gets Beat-Down
Tennis-X.com, MI
… Carlos Moya says he has two more years of tennis in him. …The Australian Open has banned laptop computers courtside in an attempt to curb gambling. …

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