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As the Australian Open gets under way, there are new reports that gambling syndicates are fixing high-level professional tennis matches.

Gambling in Tennis: Game, Set, Match...Fixing?

As the Australian Open gets under way, there are new reports that gambling syndicates are fixing high-level professional tennis matches.

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