Two matches at Wimbledon this year are under investigation after “potentially erratic betting patterns”.
The matches, reported to the International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA), are both a singles singles match and a men’s doubles competition.
In a singles match, a five-digit sum at the end of the second set is bet on the exact score.
During the doubles match, a winning bet is placed where the candidates, who eventually lose, get the first set.
German newspaper Die Welt reported that a German player had taken part in the singles match in question, but had not been investigated.
An ITIA spokesperson told the BBC: “Two alerts have been sent to us by the betting industry indicating possible erratic betting patterns.”
“It is important to note that the alert itself is not evidence of match-fixing. Where analysis of the match alert indicates corrupt activity, the ITIA is conducting a full and confidential investigation.”
And last April, the International Telecommunication Union (ITIA) banned Argentine player Franco Feet for life after that He admitted nine incidents of match-fixing between 2014 and 2018.