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Sky Deutschland renews Wimbledon coverage

German pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland has reached an agreement with the All England Lawn Tennis Club to extend its coverage of Wimbledon until 2022.

Sky Deutschland will continue to broadcast live coverage of the grand slam event in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

The deal also covers internet, IPTV and mobile distribution in the three countries.

Germany’s Angelique Kerber is Wimbledon’s defending women’s singles champion, having defeated Serena Williams in this year’s final.

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