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In its first annual report, the Tennis Integrity Unit revealed that it received alerts about suspicious betting on 292 matches in 2016.
The group, which includes six current players, is said to have tried to fix 17 matches.
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Wagers poured in for a match between a highly ranked Swiss player and a low-ranked Russian player.
The EPA just released first-time guidelines on safe levels of “fluorinated” chemicals — found in stain-resistant carpets, non-stick pans, and firefighting foam. They have been linked to lowered fertility, cancer, and risks to infants.
Republican donors have been slow to coalesce around Ted Cruz after Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush dropped out of the presidential primary race, an analysis of Federal Election Commission data by BuzzFeed News shows.
In a first-of-its-kind report, the Tennis Integrity Unit revealed that it received alerts about suspicious betting in 48 matches during the first three months of 2016.
BuzzFeed News analyzed the millions and millions in donations to Bernie Sanders made through ActBlue. Where do they come from? Some of the Berniest places in the world!
BuzzFeed News has written to the man in charge of tackling match-fixing in tennis in response to a statement from his unit asking for any “hard evidence” to be handed over.
Global match-fixing evidence found in crime ring’s secret files.
Claims world tennis authorities did not respond to rampant corruption.
The sport’s governing bodies have been accused of burying a list of 100 players caught gambling on tennis and scapegoating only five of them.
The sports-betting watchdog ESSA flagged 73 suspicious tennis matches in 2015 — more than all other sports combined. Eight of the matches took place in Turkey, the highest count for any country.
There were three times as many suspicious match alerts in tennis last year than in all other sports combined, a report obtained by BuzzFeed News has revealed.