What we test and why


TACP is the sport’s anti-corruption code which is a set of rules which all covered persons must adear to.

By following a set of rules we ensure a fair and transparent game, educating and preventing among other offences, cortsiding, match fixing, bribery, extortion, blackmail, influence pedaling, favouritsm and so forth.

Anti-Doping testing process


In short, the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program applies to everyone in tennis world-wide.

From players and their entourage to coaches and officials, ITIA aims educate and prevent corruption from taking place. We have created guides to explain how TACP applies to you, as-well-as an e-learning program (TIPP) to familiarise yourself with the rules.

Further Reading & Information

Key Knowledge, partners and resources around Anti-Doping

HAVE YOU SEEN OR HEARD SOMETHING SUSPICOUS?

If you think you’ve seen or heard something suspicious, please report it to us. Even if it turns out to be nothing, it’s the right thing to do and keeps the sport fair.

International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA) 2021 Annual Review

A summary of the ITIA's operations in 2021 - its first year as a legally independent organisation

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