Tratree - I think 'nothing' is a bit of a stretch. Although I'd agree he had no power to compell behaviour. But the annopuncers for the tournament were calling two of his player criminals repeatedly. (Fixing matches is a felony in the USA. Jail time.) Unless he thinks its true, he has a corporate responsibility to his sponsors and investors to tell those announcers to shut the hell up.
Afterward, he was between a rock and a hard place. If he calls the crowd that bought his MOST EXPENSIVE tickets a pack of white supremacists bigots, how many of them will buy tickets next year? If he doesn't, then he alienates two of the biggest stars on the tour.
He didn't really have a choice. After the fact.
But it turns out that the announcers DON'T have to claim the Williams sisters fix their matches. They DON'T have to find players who'll say that on camera. They DON' Thave to bring the issue up.
Because after Inidain Wells 2001, they stopped. Maybe, just MAYbe, Charlie should have stopped them sooner.
Proud to be an American
Not blind. Not uninformed. We are party to atrocities. But the response of the world after 9/11 is worth noting. Even our most dire enemies offered aid. We should all be so lucky.