Who we are

The International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA) is an independent body established in 2021 by the International Governing Bodies of Tennis to promote, encourage, enhance and safeguard the integrity of tennis worldwide.

Funded by the sport’s seven major stakeholders - the International Tennis Federation, ATP, WTA, Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open.

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What we do

The ITIA promotes, encourages and safeguards the integrity of professional tennis worldwide by:

  • Preventing corruption from taking place
  • Investigation and prosecution of offenders
  • Delivering anti-corruption education for players and stakeholders, to recognise and report corrupt activity.

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How we do it

Guidance for international tennis professionals

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Working in partnership across the sport we deliver values based anti-corruption education to inform, educate and protect everyone covered by the rules.



The ITIA works closely with the sport, to prevent potential corruptors negatively impacting the game.

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The operational work of the ITIA is governed by the sport's anti-corruption code, known as the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program (TACP).



Offenders are subject to lifetime bans and fines up to $ 250,000. In helping to prevent corruption the ITIA works with key partners.

Without integrity there is no sport.

We are here for all of the players and the sport, on behalf of the governing bodies of tennis. The standards we set are fundamental to the success of the game.

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ITIA Senior Leadership Team

The ITIA team responsible for safeguarding the integrity of the sport

  • Jonny Gray

    Chief Executive Officer

    A former Senior Partner in Control Risks and a British Army veteran, Jonny became the CEO in February 2020

  • Nigel Willerton

    Senior Director, Investigations

    A former Senior Officer in London’s Metropolitan Police, Nigel leads the ITIA’s Investigations and Intelligence teams

  • Ben Rutherford

    Senior Director, Legal

    Ben joined the ITIA in December 2020 from World Rugby where he set up their integrity programme

  • Kirsty Batchelor

    Head of Business Services

    Kirsty worked for multi-national Kimberly-Clark for over 15 years in various finance and procurement roles

  • Matt Perry

    Senior Manager, Education and Training

    An experienced sports integrity professional and qualified teacher, Matt has worked in both anti-corruption and anti-doping for over 10 years

  • Adrian Bassett

    Head of Communications

    Adrian has over 20 years of experience in sport and communications, including the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Tennis Integrity Supervisory Board (TISB)

The TISB is responsible for the governance of the ITIA

The board is made up of representatives from the major tennis bodies and five independent members, including its chair.

  • Jennie Price, CBE, Chair

    Former Chief Executive of Sport England

  • Sir Philip Craven, MBE (Independent)

    Former President of the IPC and IOC Member

  • Avril Martindale (Independent)

    Senior Lawyer and Partner at Freshfields Bruckhause Deringer

  • Sal Perna, AM (Independent)

    Racing Integrity Commissioner for the State of Victoria, Australia

  • Bob Harayda (Independent)

    An executive with over 30 years of senior leadership roles globally

  • David Haggerty

    President of the International Tennis Federation (ITF)

  • Mark Young

    Chief Legal & Administrative Officer of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP)

  • Steve Simon

    CEO of the Women's Tennis Association (WTA)

  • Philip Brook, CBE

    Former Chair of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, representing the Grand Slam Board

International Tennis Integrity Agency 2020 Annual Review

Reporting on the Tennis Integrity Unit’s final year

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