TIU opts for more transparency

A big complaint about the Tennis Integrity Unit is the lack of transparency.

That is going to change.


The TIU announced Friday that it will publish the detailed disciplinary decisions produced by its panel of independent Anti-Corruption Hearing Officers.

Among those details: the charges, testimony, the reasons for the decision and the sanctions imposed. Some content will be redacted to protect the identities of informants.

Through September, the number of TIU match alerts for 2017 is down nearly 47 per cent from the same date a year ago. There were no alerts at the US Open. 

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