The Tennis Integrity Unit says a total of four matches at Wimbledon and the French Open have been flagged for unusual betting patterns. The TIU's quarterly report said a total of 53 match alerts were received from April to June.
French Open 2017 saw singles winners in Rafael Nadal - winning his tenth title in Paris - and Jelena Svitolina - winning just her first title. There was reason to celebrate for India too with Rohan Bopanna winning the mixed doubles title with Gabriela Dabrowski.
Johanna Konta excelled in the first few tournaments of the year, winning the Sydney International and the Miami Open, but the 26-year-old failed to shine on clay and lost in the first round of the French Open to Hsieh Su-Wei of Taiwan.
Rafael Nadal moved up by two spots to stand at the highest placing in the ATP rankings since October 2014 - No. 2 while Jelena Ostapenko jumped from 47th to a career-high 12th in the WTA rankings after the two won the French Open title this weekend.
Mats Wilander believes Rafael Nadal's tenth French Open triumph will send the Spaniard into Wimbledon next month as a favourite for the title alongside Switzerland's Roger Federer. Nadal has won Wimbledon twice but not since 2010.
Rafael Nadal thanked his uncle and coach Toni who would be stepping down at the end of the year having been with him since an age of four. Toni was joined on the presentation with Nadal praising his uncle, "Without my uncle I would not have won 10 trophies."
Rafael Nadal's tenth French Open title is his 15th Grand Slam title and that has taken him ahead of Pete Sampras in the overall tally while standing behind only Roger Federer who has 18 Grand Slams. Nadal beat Stan Wawrinka 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 in Paris on Sunday.
Rafael Nadal became the first man or woman to win ten Grand Slam titles at the same venue when he got the better of Stan Wawrinka at the French Open in a comprehensive show that didn't allow the Swiss player any chance in the contest.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands, however, praised her opponents, who had dropped just one set on their way to the final. "You guys have done a great job and you're an awesome team,” the 32-year-old said. "I’m sure we're gonna be facing you again soon."
Third ranked Swiss Stan Wawrinka has made it for the second time in the French Open final and will face the nine-time French Open champion, Rafael Nadal on Sunday. Stan has performed exceptionally well in this year's French Open campaign.
Jelena Ostapenko created history after defeating Simona Halep in straight sets and clinched her first French Open, also her first Grand Slam. The 20-year old came back after losing the first set 6-4 and went onto win the last two sets comprehensively 6-4, 6-3.
Rafael Nadal's quest for a record-extending tenth French Open title will be tested when he will take on Stan Wawrinka. On his way to the summit clash, the Spaniard has not yet dropped a set and is vying to become the only player to win a same Grand Slam 10 times.