USATT is dedicated to tennis integrity and the integrity of the sport.
USATT follows all TIU policies and standards to host our events and all circuit operations.
USATT ADHERES TO TACP as well as TADP.
Tennis Anti-Corruption Program
The Tennis Anti-Corruption Program (TACP) is in place to maintain the integrity of our sport and protect against corruption and betting related offenses.
Tennis Anti-Doping Programme
The Tennis Anti-Doping Programme is now managed and enforced by the ITIA on behalf of the ATP, WTA, ITF and Grand Slams. It is the responsibility of everyone in tennis to be aware of the rules. Players are tested for the substances prohibited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and if a violation occurs, sanctions will be enforced in compliance with the World Anti-Doping Code.
Independent Audit Approval Initiative
™️ IAA ™️
USATT has implemented the IAA, the ™️ Independent Audit Approval Initiative ™️ in compliance with TIU.
- The USATT alongside the ™️ IAA ™️ will appoint independent auditors and implement checks and balances to ensure best tour policy implementation and operations within TIU standards.
The USATT alongside the ™️ IAA ™️ will contract independent audit organizations and companies, and audit services to audit all business practices and policies at any time to improve operations within the tour for all involved.
Draw Integrity Policy
™️ DIP ™️
The USATT is in compliance with TIU and TACP with implementation of the ™️ DIP ™️ which mandates all USA TENNIS TOUR events and tournaments will create draws with Draw Integrity.
Draw Integrity is the process of creating draws in the following process:
- – Place where seeds will be in their respective spots.
- – Place where qualifiers will be placed.
- – Place where wildcards will be placed.
- – Randomly insert the remaining players.
- – Replace withdrawn players with Lucky Losers as first priority.
This policy and initiative will ensure the integrity of the sport and each event, through Draw Integrity in the form of random draw creation.
Go to ITIA website to find out more information: www.itiai.tennis