The illuminati corrupts all sports. Since the illuminati has corrupted Europe more than the US,
the European sports are even more corrupt than ours.
Tennis is a good example. Tennis is MASSIVELY CORRUPT.
The Independent Review of Integrity in Tennis found match-fixing across all levels of professional tennis, including a "tsunami" of corruption at the sport's lower levels.
The review, which interviewed more than 200 key figures and surveyed 3,200 players, began more than two years ago in response to revelations from BuzzFeed News and the BBC — and it vindicated the news organizations' main findings.
BuzzFeed News and the BBC showed that authorities had been handed compelling evidence about a network of 16 players -
all of whom have ranked in the top 50 - suspected of throwing matches. Every player in the network was allowed to continue playing professional tennis.
The most prominent name among the 16 was Lleyton Hewitt, a
former Wimbledon and U.S. Open champion. Here's the full list of players who cheated.
In 2007, 5 italian tennis players were accused of cheating and betting on matches and banned by the ATP but this was really a cover up for all the other players who were doing the same thing.
The full list of cheaters contained the names of 100 players, but instead of taking action against the others an official at the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) took steps to protect them, warning them to shut down their accounts.
In 2016 the sport's authorities were given evidence seized from a confessed
match-fixer's gambling ring that named more than two dozen high-ranking international tennis players just months ago, but prosecutors say they ignored it.
In 2016, a major sports gambling website suspended betting on Sunday for a mixed doubles match at the Australian Open, raising suspicions of match fixing at one of the world's most prestigious tennis tournaments.
Ahead of a first-round match pitting Lara Arruabarrena and David Marrero against Andrea Hlavackova and Lukasz Kubot, large amounts of money poured in on what would normally be an obscure contest, said Marco Blume, head of sportsbook at the website, Pinnacle Sports, one of the largest and most influential betting websites in the world.
Nearly all of the money, Blume said, came down for Hlavackova and Kubot, which he said was an indication that the match might be fixed.
Oliver Anderson, who won the juniors title at the 2016 Australian Open, pleaded guilty in 2017 to charges relating to fixing his first-round match against fellow Aussie Harrison Lombe in a tournament Down Under last October.
The once-promising tennis star's cover was busted after a magistrate heard a friend approached the 19-year-old about intentionally dropping the first set of the match. After the draw for the Traralgon Challenger was announced, Anderson agreed to the scheme.
Soon after, Crownbet, an Australian online betting service, reported a suspicious bet to authorities: Someone tried placing a $10,000 bet on Lombe — 900 spots below Anderson in the ranking at the time, according to the Sydney Morning Herald — to win the first set of the relatively obscure match. The online bookie blocked the initial bet, but allowed another to pass through for $2,000 at 6-1 odds.
Anderson dropped the first set 6-4 — conceivably close enough to not raise too many eyebrows — before he blew Lombe away, 6-0, 6-2, in the next two sets to win the match.
Anderson lost his next match against John-Patrick Smith, 6-2, 6-1, which quite possibly could be the last match he'll ever play. He was arrested and charged just two days later.
In 2008 the ITF, along with the Association of Tennis Professionals, the Women's Tennis Association and the Grand Slam Board, formed the Tennis Integrity Unit as an independent
body to monitor corruption in all levels of pro tennis. Tampering is not unheard of in team sports, but tennis is unusually vulnerable to match fixing. It's a solo sport,
and in-game betting means a player can intentionally throw a game and not dramatically hurt his chances to win the match. Suspicious alerts happen as high as Grand Slam matches,
and the report finds that midlevel contests actually have more than double the rate of integrity alerts than the lowest rungs. (IMG has the data rights to most of those midtier matches
and is barely mentioned in the report.)
Despite the Tennis Review's own conclusions and story after story of corruption, the Tennis Association does nothing to stop cheating and match fixing
in professionall tennis.
The report found that 20 high-level players lost more than one suspicious match between 2005 and 2008, including one player who lost more than seven suspicious matches.
The report did not name the players. The tennis association never names names - they don't want to really expose cheaters or
fix the system.
If 20 out of the top 50 players in the world are corrupt and throwingn matches, that's huge. Essentially, the Tennis
Review shows that half the top 50 players are corrupt and 95% of the lower ranked players are - that's the Tsunami they're referring to. The entire system is fixed and the Tennis
Association knows all about it and has for decades. The illuminati fixes tennis world wide. All the grandslam tournaments, all the smaller tournaments too.
Just this week, World No 84 Nicolas Kicker was found guilty of match fixing 'and other offences.' Kicker has yet to be punished but has been suspended from
professional tennis after the findings of an independent anti-corruption hearing officer. Really this is a drop in the bucket and a token action to distract from
the systematic problem in tennis created by the illuminati.
The review panel identified a key cause in the match fixing -- a data deal that makes results from low-level matches instantly available to betting markets --
and suggested that the $70 million partnership between the International Tennis Federation and global data firm Sportradar be dissolved immediately. The ATP refuses to to that.
Sportradar, in its current deal, pays the ITF for its official data and sells it to bookmakers around the world. The Swiss company offers data for some 60,000
of those lower-level matches each year -- precisely the events that see a disproportionate amount of tampering. The panel reported that match fixing
was "particularly acute and pervasive" in tournaments that have minor prize purses of $15,000 or $25,000 and limited monitoring of betting patterns.
The report says the Sportradar deal, which was signed in 2012 and extended in 2015 at six times its initial price, sparked the corruption. In the two years prior to the initial agreement, only three ITF events raised red flags for corruption. By 2016, one year after the $70 million extension was signed, that number had jumped to 240 events. (It was 185 last year.) Both the increase in the price of the rights and in suspicious incidents coincided with the rise of online and mobile gaming, which has led to a rapid rise in gambling on sports at all levels.
The illuminati rewards their gamblers with fixed tennis matches. All of the world the illuminati makes trillions off of fixing tennis matches
for illegal gamblers. A bettor who knows that a match is fixed and who succeeds in putting money on the winning side can win enormous payouts.
The Australian open even advertised for a betting house in 2016. The panel recommended that tennis eliminate gambling sponsorships from the sport, including at professional tournaments,
"to promote both the reality and appearance of integrity." In the past, tournaments such as the Australian Open have partnered with the betting house William Hill.
The Australian open is the most corrupt grand slam - that's why Lleyton Hewitt is one of the most corrupt players. Australians came from criminals - they don't have
any respect for what's right or the law.
The 2016 investigation by BuzzFeed News and the BBC found that the Tennis Integrity Unit, set up in 2008 to enforce fair play, had been ineffectual and secretive in dealing
with the corruption plaguing the sport. Wednesday's review revealed that the integrity unit "has insufficient resources to address the problem now faced. It is insufficiently funded,
it has too few staff, it is missing staff with particular skills, and it is not structured in a way that gives it a sufficient presence around the world."
The lack of staff contributed to long delays in taking basic investigative steps. In multiple cases, it took more than a year after a match was reported as suspicious for the integrity unit to interview the players involved. In one case a match was played in April 2014 but the player was not interviewed until May 2017. In some "low-priority" investigations, players weren't interviewed at all.
Members of the integrity unit's advisory board have side jobs that create the appearance of a conflict of interest, the report found. The board is currently composed of high-level tennis officials, including the president of the International Tennis Federation, or ITF, and the executive chair of the Association of Tennis Professionals.
In reality, tennis is even FAR MORE CORRUPT than these studies suggest. The studies don't account for players who win when they're supposed to. If they could really see all the corruption they
would realize that 40 out of the 50 top players are corrupt and fixing matches.
Tennis isn't even really tennis anymore - most matches are illuminati movie events. The same system of jade eggs, corrupt refs, and buying points off a menu exist in Tennis
just like they exist in Golf and the NBA now. The result is that illuminati fake players like Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal, Serena and Venus Williams and others get to buy their tournament wins. Roger Federer can't
even play tennis. He's like a trick shot artist who uses the jade eggs to pay for thousands of tries for every shot. Roger is a Swiss Nazi who has used his fast fortune to fake a tennis career - the same
as Rafa Nadal.