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Women's tennis' WTA Tour is back on screens in China for the first time in two years after streaming service Youku acquired the rights in a three-year deal.

Play Sports, the sports broadcaster operated by Belgian telco Telenet, has retained rights to men's tennis ATP tour and the women's WTA Tour for three more seasons.

The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) has formed closer ties with Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) in a multi-faceted sponsorship agreement unveiled today (Wednesday) but has stopped s…

ATP Media, the ATP Tour’s international media rights sales and broadcast production arm, has appointed Mark Hogan from the English Football Association (FA) as director of sales.

Warner Bros. Discovery-owned Eurosport has finalised its ATP Tour rights renewal in France across the 2024-26 cycle

French premium sportwear brand Lacoste has extended its long-standing sponsorship agreement with the ATP Tour as the men’s tennis competition’s ‘Official Outfitter’. The

European pay-television giant Sky has signed off an extensive rights deal covering the men's ATP and women's WTA Tours across its active markets of the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy

TV4 Media, the Telia-owned broadcasting company, has acquired exclusive rights in Sweden to men's tennis' ATP Tour.

TV2, the commercial broadcaster in Norway, has finally got its hands on men's tennis ATP Tour, acquiring an extensive package of rights in a three-year deal

Greek pay-television broadcaster Cosmote has retained exclusive ATP Tour rights for another three seasons, strengthening its grip on the property until 2026

TV2, the commercial broadcaster in Denmark, will continue to show men's tennis' ATP Tour until the end of the 2026 season, after securing a new rights agreement

The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) has announced that there will be Tour-wide adoption of the Electronic Line Calling Live (ELC Live) system from 2025, stating this will open up future commercialisation…

The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) has set out the return of the men’s tour to China for the first time in four years, starting with the Zhuhai Championships on September 20-26.

Haier, the Chinese multinational home appliance and consumer electronics firm, has become a sponsor of Roland Garros and the ATP Tour

The ATP Tour has agreed a multi-year sponsorship deal with Austrian hydration brand Waterdrop that will see the company become its Official Hydration Partner, starting this year

Watchmaker Rolex has renewed its title sponsorship of the Shanghai Masters ATP 1000 tournament in a 10-year deal running from 2023 to 2032

The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) has announced a new global sponsorship with Italian e-scooter and e-bike manufacturer Nilox

Dutch pay-television operator and telco Ziggo has renewed its exclusive ATP Tour tennis rights for another three seasons