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Relationship with Tennis Australia will move into a fifth decade

African pay-television broadcaster SuperSport renewed its exclusive English-language rights to the French Open and Australian Open, paying slight increases in both to secure longer terms.

The chief executive of Australian media group Nine Entertainment, Mike Sneesby, suggested the company is interested in acquiring domestic cricket rights as well as renewing its Australian Open tennis rights,…

Australian commercial broadcaster Seven will attempt to win back domestic broadcast rights to the Australian Open when negotiations over the tennis grand slam's next rights cycle begin later this year

Sport 24, the in-flight and in-ship service owned and operated by the IMG agency, has renewed its agreement with Tennis Australia for rights to the Australian Open grand slam

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has struck a five-year deal with Tennis Australia for the exclusive media rights to the Australian Open in ten Southeast Asian markets

Tennis Australia and pay-television broadcaster SuperSport have announced a five-year extension to their long-term media rights agreement covering sub-Saharan Africa

A volley of rights sales this year reallocated properties formerly held by pan-regional broadcaster Fox Sports Asia and began shaping a new sports broadcasting landscape in Asia-Pacific.

Japanese pay-television broadcaster Wowow has renewed its rights for the Australian Open tennis grand slam in a multi-year deal beginning in 2022

The recently-signed 10-year Australian Open rights agreement between Tennis Australia and Discovery is a “real confidence booster” for the tennis governing body, which was satisfied with the various pro…

Discovery paid a significant fee increase to renew its Australian Open rights in Europe, with both sides seeing benefits in a 10-year term.

Discovery has landed a long-term agreement with Tennis Australia which will keep the Australian Open under the Eurosport umbrella and on Discovery broadcast platforms for another decade

Tennis Australia has appointed former Qantas and DHL executive Cedric Cornelis as its new chief commercial officer

Craig Tiley, chief executive of Tennis Australia and tournament director of the Australian Open, has said that he expects the total losses from going ahead with the tournament to exceed A$99m (€64m/$78m) d…

Former Tennis Australia director Harold Mitchell has been fined A$90,000 (€54,721/$63,903), but cleared to continue acting as a company director, in a Federal Court ruling on his role in a contentious b…

Sports data and content company Sportradar has signed a multi-year extension to its agreement with Tennis Australia, through which its services will be used during the Australian Open grand slam

The Federal Court of Australia has today (Monday) opened a civil trial against former Tennis Australia directors Harold Mitchell and Steve Healy, with the court hearing that the former impeded rival bids…