Tennis Integrity Unit

Diego Matos Provisionally Suspended From Tennis

TIU Press Release, December 9, 2018 Brazilian tennis player Diego Matos has been provisionally suspended from professional tennis by independent Anti-Corruption Hearing Officer Prof Richard H McLaren. The suspension relates to an investigation by the Tennis Integrity Unit into alleged […]

Christopher Diaz-Figueroa Banned For Tennis Match-Fixing Offences

TIU Press Release, November 14, 2018 Guatemalan tennis player Christopher Diaz-Figueroa has been banned from tennis for three years and fined $5,000 after admitting to match-fixing and failing to report a corrupt approach to the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU). The […]

Alekseenko Brothers Banned For Life For Tennis Match-Fixing Offences

TIU Press Release, October 16, 2018 Ukrainian twin brothers Gleb and Vadim Alekseenko have been banned from tennis for life and each fined $250,000 after being found guilty of multiple match-fixing and associated offences. The case against the brothers, 35, […]

Oliver Anderson Convicted Of Tennis Match-Fixing Charges

TIU Press Release, September 21, 2018 Oliver Anderson, the Australian tennis player, has been convicted of match-fixing charges after admitting to deliberately losing the first set of a match at the Latrobe City Traralgon ATP Challenger tournament in Victoria, Australia […]

Patricio Heras Suspended And Fined For Match-Fixing Offences

TIU Press Release, September 3, 2018 Argentinian tennis player Patricio Heras has been banned from professional tennis for five years and fined $25,000 for match-fixing and other related offences. Two years of the ban are suspended on the basis that […]

Luca Gelhardt Suspended And Fined For Betting On Tennis

TIU Press Release, August 18, 2018 German tennis player Luca Gelhardt has been suspended for eight months and fined $7,000 after being found guilty of betting on tennis matches. Half of the suspension (four months) and half of the fine […]

Peng Shuai Disciplined For Breach Of Tennis Anti-Corruption Program

TIU Press Release, August 8, 2018 Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai has been disciplined for breaching the sport’s anti-corruption code by attempting to change her doubles partner after sign-in deadline. Peng Shuai was found to have used coercion and offered […]