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FuboTV seals Tennis Channel deal

US sports-focused OTT streaming service FuboTV has agreed a carriage deal with pay-television broadcaster Tennis Channel.

Tennis Channel will be available through the fubo Extra service, as well as via the Sports Plus add-on package. The length of the agreement was not disclosed.

The deal has been signed during the Australian Open grand slam tournament. Tennis Channel is airing 30 live hours and nearly 200 total hours of coverage from the event.

Tennis Channel also holds rights to the sport’s three other grand slams – the French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open. Other rights include men’s ATP World Tour events, women’s WTA tournaments, Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup.

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