Pro Tennis Rocked by Accusations of Match-Fixing

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Novak Djokovic of Serbia serves against Nicolas Mahut of France in their third round men's singles match on day six of the 2012 Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 21, 2012.
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A new joint investigation from BuzzFeed and the BBC alleges that the sport of professional tennis has been unable to deal with widespread match-fixing.

The allegations reveal, among other things, that the internal Tennis Integrity Unit has had to look at at least 16 players in the past decade. The allegations come as the Australian Open begins in Melbourne.

Tennis journalist Ben Rothenberg, co-host of the No Challenges Remaining podcast, says the allegations have been a real bombshell. Click on the audio player above to hear him explain.