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Pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland has extended its rights deal for men’s tennis’ ATP Cup, securing live pay-television rights to this year’s tournament in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. S

The ATP has secured a strong fee increase in its latest renewal with Greek pay-television broadcaster Cosmote.

Free-to-air commercial broadcaster ServusTV has acquired rights in Germany to tennis’ ATP Cup, a tournament that was aired last year by pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland.

Greek pay-television broadcaster Cosmote has renewed its rights to a raft of ATP competitions, marking its third major rights renewal in the last month
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Tennis Channel will become the principal home of men's tennis in the United States after signing a wide-ranging television and digital rights agreement with ATP Media, the broadcast arm of the Association…

The Brazilian arm of global sports broadcaster ESPN is close to acquiring the rights to a host of ATP tournaments as it makes a play for premium tennis properties in the country

Dutch telco Ziggo has landed exclusive multi-platform rights in the Netherlands to the ATP men’s tennis tour, SportBusiness Media understands.

Revenues at ATP Media, the ATP Tour’s international media rights sales and broadcast production arm, reached $139.5m (€128.6m) in 2019 thanks, in part, to new broadcast deals in France, Spain and the UK.

IMG Arena, the sports betting arm of the IMG agency, and ATP Media, the ATP Tour’s international media-rights sales and broadcast production arm, have developed a virtual ATP Masters 1000 tennis product f…

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has paid a 50-per-cent uplift to agree a three-year extension of its rights to ATP Masters 1000 events and the end-of-season ATP Finals.

Italian public broadcaster Rai has acquired a free-to-air rights package for the ATP Finals from 2021 to 2023. The deal gives Rai the first pick of matches on each matchday

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has agreed a three-year extension to its ATP Tour rights deal

US media group Discovery continues to push for dominance over tennis in Europe, acquiring exclusive rights to the ATP World Tour in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania.

The ATP has added to its coverage in Austria of the ATP Cup in 2020 by agreeing a deal with commercial broadcaster ServusTV

Revenues at ATP Media, the ATP Tour’s international media rights sales and broadcast production arm, rose by 6.7 per cent to $121m (€108m) in 2018. ATP Media Holdings Limited also reported $13.6m

An invitation to tender has been issued for broadcast rights in Brazil to ATP Tour events, and also the French Open, one of tennis’ four grand slam events.

The IMG agency is close to agreeing a 10-year, $1bn (€884m) deal for betting streaming and data rights to the ATP World Tour, SportBusiness Media understands.