Davydenko mentally drained from heightened match-fixing concerns
Nikolay Davydenko quickly has become the poster boy for the match-fixing scandals that have knocked the tennis world off tilt. Now Davydenko, who plays the most grueling schedule of anyone on tour, would do anything to fade back into anonymity.
SHANGHAI -- Not that long ago, Nikolay Davydenko would wonder why a top player of his talents was routinely being ignored.
Nowadays, Davydenko appears to be pining for the old days of anonymity, the days when his name was typically no more than a score mention, despite his top-five ranking. At least, that was the point that came across while he admitted to feeling mentally drained upon his arrival this week in Shanghai for the season-ending Tennis Masters Cup.
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More and more players are coming forward about being approached by gamblers to fix tennis matches. So what's being done on the ATP and WTA to follow up?
News• Davydenko: On-court talk may have sparked probe
• Luzzi fined, suspended for betting on tennis
• Galimberti wagered on own matches
• Galimberti suspended, fined for betting on tennis
• Gamblers kicked out of stands at Diamond Games
• India launches Davis Cup match-fixing probe
• Match-fixing saga reaches Davis Cup in mid-90's
• WTA: Several players approached to fix matches
• Allegations continue to dog Davydenko
• Two ex-British cops to head corruption fight
• Sharapova: WTA keeping women's tennis clean of match-fixing
• Starace, Bracciali suspended for betting on tennis
• Aussie Open takes steps to prevent match-fixing
• Barr: Davydenko to turn over phone records
• Davydenko angry, upset at focus on betting probe
• Italian player suspended for gambling on tennis
• Probe finds nothing in Tursunov match
• Bookmaker: Match-fixing can't be stopped
• Murray tries to clarify fixing remarks
• Tursunov approached in 2006
• Elseneer's claims vindicate policy?
• ATP hires British Horseracing Authority in probe
• Bryan: Players approached about betting
• Agent defends Davydenko
• Officials investigate irregular betting on match
Analysis• Harwitt: Davydenko longs for anonymity again
• Ford: Tours try to be proactive
• Bodo: Sport reaching tipping point
• Garber: Suspicions follow Davydenko to Open
• TENNIS.com: Suspicious matches
• Outside The Lines
• Bodo on Scandal