Understand Our History

As of 1 January 2022, the ITIA is responsible for the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme


The TIU is subsumed into the new, independent body – the International Tennis Integrity Agency.


Jonny Gray takes on leadership of the TIU, with a remit to oversee the integration of anti-corruption and anti-doping functions into a new independent company with its own legal status.


Jennie Price CBE appointed as independent chair of  the Tennis Integrity Supervisory Board. Four additional independent members join the board:  Sir Philip Craven, Avril Martindale, Sal Perna AM and Bob Harayda.


TIU headcount increases to 17 full time members of staff. The Independent Review Panel published its interim and final reports.


A dedicated three-person TIU Education and Training division was established to extend the range and scope of education for players and officials.


Independent Review Panel established to report on the  effectiveness of the TACP and make recommendations for change. TIU staff doubled from 5 to 10 full time employees.


Nigel Willerston replaces Jeff Rees as Director of Integrity.


Daniel Koellerer is the first player banned for life, for match fixing offences.


The first player is sanctioned under the code, for failing to report a corrupt approach.


Uniform Tennis Anti-Corruption Programme adopted as universal anti-corruption code for all professional tennis. 


TIU established under the leadership of Jeff Rees, following acceptance of recommendations  in the Environmental Review of Tennis.

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