The time has finally come. The Independent Review Panel will release its corruption report in tennis this week on Wednesday, April 25th, after working on it for more than 14 months, starting in February 2017 following a Buzzfeed and BBC report of widespread match-fixing in January that year.
The establishment of this panel was announced in January during the Australian Open. According to Daily Mail, the report is made up of 2,000 pages with a cost of more than £15 million (equivalent to around $21.1 million) by Adam Lewis, a lawyer based in London.
The review aims to look at the nature and extent of the problem over time as well as finding possible improvements. ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal seems 10 years younger says Paul- Henri Mathieu