Andy Murray has confirmed he met with tennis officials in Madrid on Wednesday to discuss comments he made about alleged match-fixing.
Murray is currently ranked 18th in the world
Murray told BBC 5live last week that "everyone knows" corruption goes on but later said it was taken out of context.
He subsequently explained his side of the story to the ATP and said that the meeting went well.
"Yes, because there was nothing really that wrong. I didn't tell them anything new," said Murray.
"They weren't really gathering information, they were just finding out exactly what happened, so I explained it to them.
"I don't know anything new, if I did it would have been a different story."
Murray is in the Spanish capital for the Madrid Masters and he will play his third-round match on Thursday.
Speaking earlier in the week, the 20-year-old Scot clarified his position.
"Three or four of the players have said that they have been offered matches and, yeah, I did say that stuff was going on," he said.
"But whether players are accepting money or not, no-one's been (found) guilty and to think tennis matches have been fixed, I never said that.
"I don't think it's as big as an issue as it's been made out."