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.
The Tennis Integrity Supervisory Board and the International Tennis Federation (ITF) have agreed a major investment project to create a comprehensive integrity infrastructure for the ITF World Tennis Tour (WTT). Crucially, the ITF will deliver new and improved anti-corruption protocols across the tour which will enable the progressive removal of live scoring data to be implemented at all WTT $15k events.
Discontinuance of live data at $15k events was one of the seven interlocking measures recommended by the Independent Review Panel’s Final Report for implementation by tennis’ governing bodies to enhance the protection of integrity across professional tennis.
The Tennis Integrity Supervisory Board has announced the appointment of Jonathan (Jonny) Gray as the first Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU), following a global search.
Mr Gray will take up his new role in mid-February 2020 and will be responsible for leading the continued growth and development of the TIU as it evolves into a broader-based integrity organisation for professional tennis.
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.