New TDI unit aiming to ‘conquer’ entire betting market, says Gaudenzi, as two jobs advertised

Rafael Nadal playing in the ATP Finals in London in 2019. (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images).

ATP chairman Andrea Gaudenzi has described how Tennis Data Innovations, the new data unit for the men’s tennis tour, wants to “conquer” the entire betting market and end the unlicensed distribution of the ATP’s betting data, after the unit posted adverts for two newly-created roles.

TDI, a joint venture between the ATP and ATP Media that was set up to manage the aggregated match data rights and betting streaming rights to ATP Tour and ATP Challenger Tour events, has recently posted adverts for a head of commercial and a head of product as it seeks to enhance its offering and the way it takes these rights to market.

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