This Week in Tennis 2-15-2015: Match Fixing Suspensions, Fed Cup and Bob Hewitt

twit logo1On this edition of This Week in Tennis hosts Phil Naessens and Craig Doyle discuss Fed Cup, former Hall of Famer Bob Hewitt claims his innocence and Italian tennis players Daniele Bracialli and Potito Starace get suspended for forty days by the Italian Tennis Federation for “Illicit behavior” after a match fixing investigation.

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This Week in Tennis 10-17-2014: Match Fixing and What Should be Done About It?

Italian tennis players Daniele Bracciale and Potito Starace have been accused of match fixing and on this edition of This Week in Tennis hosts Phil Naessens and Craig Doyle share their thoughts on what needs to be done about it and the guys disagree about Andy Murray’s choice of coaches and both of them speculate on what really happened between Murray and his former coach Ivan Lendl.

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This Week in Tennis 3-30-2013: Tanks A Lot Guys!!

tennis logoWas there tanking going on down in Miami this past week plus all the highs and lows on both sides of the draw at this years Sony Ericsson Open on this weeks edition of This Week in Tennis with Craig Doyle and Phil Naessens.

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This Week in Tennis November 17, 2012: Richard Ings Unplugged!

This week Phil is joined for the full hour by former ATP Tour Umpire Richard Ings……Ings shares his experiences as one of the very first full time chair umpires, recounts three of his more memorable matches, shares his former work with the ATP Tour during his tenure as Executive Vice President Rules and Competition, his work against anti-corruption, match fixing, tanking and his former work during his tenure as the CEO and Chairman of the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Drug Authority (ASADA)…..plus a whole bunch more!

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