World No. 2 tennis player Andy Murray wants more in transparency in the sport, which continues to reel after allegations of match-fixing. He says it’s important for the young players, in particular.
“I don’t know if that’s necessary, maybe it is a good thing for the young players, I don’t know,” he said. “I just think that it should be tennis that does a better job of explaining. You know, they shouldn’t have to read it in the press, you have to be proactive I think with things like this and go and speak to the players rather than them reading about it in the newspapers or you know listening to it on the TV or the radio. I think the more proactive you are with educating young players the better on matters like this.”