ATP World No. 2 Andy Murray has weighed in on the match-fixing scandal currently enveloping the sport, saying that young players should be educated to avoid them getting involved with illegal behaviour. He said tennis authorities needed to do a â€œbetter jobâ€ of warning players about the potential outcomes.
Jan 19, 2016
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