Originally Posted by Gustavo Kuerten
Maybe they actually care about their sport. Obviously I can't say for sure if doping is being used a lot in tennis, but fixing is a fact and the ATP hasn't confirmed one case while there has been dozens.
To be fair, it's atrociously hard to do anything about. Many examples are pretty obvious, and when it's the same bent players time and again there can't be any doubt. To connect that in a legal sustainable way? Good luck.
The ATP have picked a middle ground of semi-publically shaming players with their "we-spotted-you-fixing" letters. It probably won't work, cos the media are scared of being sued and largely stay away from the details, but it's better than nothing.