Tennis

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has acquired the domestic rights to the fourth edition of the Tennis Premier League (TPL), which will take place this December

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Network acquired the rights for this year's Chennai Open WTA Tour 250 tennis tournament

The Saran Media Group agency has secured exclusive pay-television rights for the Davis Cup in Turkey from Kosmos Global Tennis for three years, from 2022-24

French media group L’Équipe has acquired rights to the Finals of this year’s Davis Cup tennis tournament.
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US Open also continues to post series of new attendance records

Sony Pictures Networks secured exclusive rights in the Indian subcontinent to the US Open grand slam tennis tournament, paying a fraction of the previous fee.
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Serena Williams’ final US Open run produced record attendance and viewership numbers during her second-round singles match against world No. 2 Anett Kontaveit.
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Serena Williams' opening match at the US Open drew an average 2.7 million domestic viewers on ESPN, with the American's straight-sets victory over Danka Kovinic peaking at 3.2 million

The International Tennis Federation generated $66.6m (€66.2m) in income in 2021, a significant increase on the $35.6

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has added to its portfolio of grand slam tennis tournaments by acquiring rights to the US Open in the Indian subcontinent

Japanese pay-television broadcaster Wowow and the United States Tennis Association (USTA) have announced a US Open rights renewal just six days before the 2022 tournament begins

Australian telecoms operator Optus has announced a content and endorsement agreement with three-time tennis grand slam winner Ashleigh Barty that will see her assume the title of ‘chief of inspiration’.
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Company says 'we couldn’t be more excited' about network

Sky Deutschland has paid a modest uplift to renew rights to the Wimbledon tennis grand slam tournament in German-speaking countries for another four years.

Outside broadcast and services provider NEP UK has agreed a four-year extension to its production deal for the Wimbledon Championships

More than 750,000 television viewers in Australia stayed up late to watch the country’s controversial tennis star Nick Kyrgios contest his first grand slam final at Wimbledon in the early hours of Monday m…

The BBC’s coverage of this year’s Wimbledon set a new record for online viewing figures, with the UK public-service broadcaster stating that the tennis grand slam was streamed 53.8 m