Tennis has poured FIFA Coins

  • Tennis has poured US$14 million into its anti-corruption body, which was FIFA Coins set up in 2008 and has secured 18 convictions including six life bans, mainly involving obscure and low-ranking players.The corruption issue has consumed the Australian Open, the season's first Grand Slam tournament, with some players revealing previous match-fixing approaches including world number one


    Novak Djokovic.It comes after the BBC and BuzzFeed report, citing leaked files, said players who had reached the top 50 had been repeatedly suspected of Cheap FIFA Coins fixing matches but had never faced action.On Sunday, two players were questioned by the Tennis Integrity


    Unit after a report of an unusual betting pattern surrounding a mixed doubles match in the Australian Open's first round.Kermode, head of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), said tennis was keen to address the problem and not go down the route of "other sports" which have become mired in controversy.Athletics' world governing body, the


    IAAF, has been hit by claims of a doping cover-up and football's FIFA has been rocked by a succession of bribery and corruption scandals."In light of what's happened over the past year with other sports governing bodies, we don't want to be another sports administrator doing that. Let's get someone independent in and we'll take it from there,"