According to a report by ZDF and Die Welt, with a reference to International Investigation, over 130 Tennis players have been identified and alleged of engaging in contractual matches organized by Armenian Mafia. The Deputy Prosecutor General of Belgium, Eric Bishop has stated that the criminals involved engaged in interaction with tennis players and Money Laundering.
Belgium, France, Spain, and the United States are some of the countries where investigations are still being carried out and the results are expected to be available in a few months.
An ongoing investigation revealed that a small amount of money is bet on the contractual matches and the total for each game comes to tens of thousands of Euros. And a tennis player (name yet to be released), who is among the top 30 of the world best tennis players is also one of the suspects.