The International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA) has recorded 38 betting alerts from July to September 2021. Among these 38 alerts, there were ones at the US Open and Wimbledon. The report for the three-month quarter was published by the ITIA. Don’t miss the hottest betting news to stay tuned in the industry updates.
Currently, the ITIA has 72 alerts for 2021. The third quarter has given the biggest number of alerts (by 27 more than in Q2, and by 15 more than in Q1).
- Q1 2021 – 23 alerts;
- Q2 2021 – 11 alerts;
- Q3 2021 – 38 alerts.
However, the ITIA has asked people not to form a judgment based on these data. The organization has said the alerts aren’t proof of match-fixing. They serve as an indicator of the possibility of something inappropriate that could happen.
The Agency also mentioned that match-fixing cannot be the only reason for the unusual betting patterns. Possible reasons can relate to the wrong odds-setting, player’s health conditions, and other different circumstances.
There were more alerts during other matches:
- the M25 Men’s World Tennis Tour – 9 alerts;
- the M15 Men’s World Tennis Tour – 7 alerts;
- the W15 Women’s World Tennis Tour – 2 alerts;
- the ATP World Tour 250 – 1 alert;
- the Davis Cup – 1 alert;
- the W80 Women’s World Tennis Tour – 1 alert.
The International Tennis Integrity Agency will publish a general analysis of the year in its annual report, which will be reviewed in the news article on the online Login Casino site.
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