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Sportradar looks ahead to accelerating future despite rocky IPO day

Carsten Koerl (c), Sportradar founder and chief executive, celebrates the initial public offering of the company on September 14, 2021. Flanking him are existing Sportradar investor and basketball icon Michael Jordan and Todd Boehly, a new company investor and Los Angeles Dodgers co-owner. (Sportradar)

Shares in global sports data provider Sportradar fell more than 7 per cent in their first day of trading in the United States. But company officials remain resolute in their long-term growth prospects. US editor Eric Fisher reports.

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