A person familiar with the plans tells The Associated Press that tennis' governing bodies are going to set up an independent review of the sport's anti-corruption group in response to reports of match fixing.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the review of the Tennis Integrity Unit has not yet been announced.
The official word is supposed to come at a news conference on the grounds of the Australian Open on Wednesday.
ATP Executive Chairman and President Chris Kermode, International Tennis Federation President David Haggerty and Wimbledon Chairman Philip Brook are scheduled to attend. Those three are members of the Tennis Integrity Board, with Brook as chairman, a rotating position.
The review will be run out of London, according to the person familiar with the plans.
Howard Fendrich, The Associated Press