The Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) is the anti-corruption body covering all professional tennis around the world. It is responsible for enforcing the sport’s zero-tolerance policy on betting-related corruption.
As a member of the Sports Betting Integrity Forum, the TIU attended the signing of the Macolin Convention by the UK Government in London on 6 December 2018. The Convention is the only legally binding legal framework for the prevention, detection and prosecution of match manipulation across sports. It was signed by Minister of Sports and Civil Society, Mims Davies and Gabriella Battaini-Dragoni for the Council of Europe.
The latest TIU app with up-to-date guidance and information on the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program is now available for download onto Android (Google play) and Apple (App Store) devices. Designed for players, coaches, officials, agents, tournament staff and others connected to professional tennis, it provides a comprehensive list of the TACP rules, tips and links to further resources.
The Independent Review Panel has published its Interim Report looking at all aspects of the sport's anti-corruption and integrity structure and resources. Visit the Media Releases section of this site to read the Interim Report and supporting documents. A two month consultation period will now follow, closing on 25 June 2018.