More revelations in the tennis match fixing saga.

An ABC Four Corners investigation has found more than 40 professional players were flagged for potential match-fixing by international bookmakers, in a three month period last year.

The matches took place at tournaments in countries including Colombia, Morocco, Russia and Germany between September and November.

The investigation has obtained a blacklist containing more than 350 names which Four Corners has provided to tennis authorities.


The majority of players hail from developing economies in South America, Asia and Eastern Europe but two names on the list are lower ranked Australians.