Tennis Australia

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…

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks India has agreed a three-year extension to its rights deal for tennis grand slam the Australian Open

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has reportedly declined to ask senior executives from commercial broadcaster Seven to give evidence against two former Tennis Australia directors in…

Tennis Australia has partnered with Grabyo to power its digital video output during 2019

Harold Mitchell has resigned from his role as chairman of Free TV Australia amid a court case filed against him by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) relating to the awarding of…

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has today (Monday) issued civil penalty proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia against former Tennis Australia directors, Harold Mitchell and…

Australian commercial broadcaster Nine has snatched the domestic rights to the Australian Open tennis grand slam from rival Seven from 2020.

SuperSport, the pay-television broadcaster that operates in sub-Saharan Africa, has struck a three-year extension to its rights deal for tennis grand slam the Australian Open.

This month’s Australian Open, which concluded on Sunday night, marked the beginning of a new era in Australian sports broadcasting.

Tennis Australia told TV Sports Markets its commitment to an open tender for its domestic rights allowed commercial broadcaster Nine to acquire them in a surprise deal.

Tennis Australia has increased the value of Australian Open rights in the Middle East and North Africa by about 40 per cent following a renewal with beIN Sports.

The value of Australian Open tennis rights in China increased by 75 per cent in the new cycle, from 2018 onward, following new digital and linear broadcast deals.

Tennis Australia, organiser of the Australian Open, has extended and expanded its broadcast partnership with Chinese streaming platform iQiyi for the grand slam tournament.

Tennis Australia has extended and expanded its rights partnership with Japanese pay-television broadcaster Wowow.

The Tennis Australia national governing body has held talks with domestic commercial broadcasters Seven and Nine over the potential staging of a new ‘Fast 4’ team tournament in Sydney.

Pan-European sports broadcaster Eurosport has renewed an exclusive agreement to show the Australian Open grand slam tournament in a rights deal that also includes a number of other top tennis properties in the country.

Fox International Channels (FIC) Asia, a broadcast subsidiary of US media company 21st Century Fox, has acquired rights across 20 Asian territories for the Australian Open tennis grand slam tournament.