The Tennis Australia Anti-Doping Policy is the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy, effective from 1 January 2021, and found here on the Sport Integrity Australia website. All members, participants and non-participants (including players, coaches, support personnel and administrators) in the sport of tennis are bound by this policy.
To preserve the image and integrity of tennis in Australia and to promote sportsmanlike conduct in tournaments by dealing with breaches of discipline in a consistent manner. Application The Code of Behaviour applies to violations occurring during tournaments in Australia (including ITF, ATP and WTA tournaments held in Australia) or at officially sanctioned activities related to these tournaments.
Tennis Australia has created a new unit for integrity and compliance following recent controversy involving match fixing in the sport.
Tennis Australia has announced new integrity measures, including a ramped up National Integrity Unit, designed to safeguard the integrity of the upcoming summer of tennis including Australian Open 2017, Emirates Australian Open Series and the Australian Pro Tour.
Tennis Australia has a zero tolerance approach to any form of child abuse and is committed to ensuring the sport of tennis is a safe and friendly environment for children and young people. Find out more.
Please contact your Member Protection Information Officer or the Tennis Australia Integrity & Compliance team via firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also access the confidential 24-hour telephone reporting and assistance service offered by STOPLINE by calling: 1800 11 SAFE (1800 117 233). Or raise a complaint online here.
Legal / Security / Sport. /. Tennis Australia has created a new executive position, Head of Integrity and Compliance, with Ann West appointed in the role. To combat the increasing integrity issues in the sport, West will be responsible for leading Tennis Australia’s integrity and compliance strategy, which include: • Full cooperation with the Independent Review Panel, led by Adam Lewis QC, into the effectiveness and appropriateness of the current global Tennis Anti-Corruption Program.
Tennis Integrity Unit makes senior legal hire from World Rugby Keeping tennis fair since 2008 There are lines beyond the game that cannot be crossed.