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Pay-television broadcasters Foxtel Group and beIN Sports have signed a new multi-year carriage and advertising sales deal in Australia

Investment firm CVC is in talks to combine ATP and WTA tennis rights in a deal that would create a new commercial entity valued at $4bn (€3.3bn).

C More, the Telia-owned pay-television broadcaster, and Sportkanalen, its Swedish sports channel, have acquired domestic broadcast rights to the Nordea Open, a Swedish ATP 250 and WTA 125 event on the…

Commercial broadcaster TV2 has sealed a long-term deal for Women’s Tennis Association rights in Denmark as it looks to capitalise on emerging Danish talent.

Senior tennis officials have expressed concern about the viability of major tennis tournaments as restrictions on attendance drag on

The Association of Tennis Professionals and Women’s Tennis Association have both announced the addition of new European events to their calendars for 2021. 

International subscription broadcaster Eleven Sports has acquired exclusive rights to a range of Women’s Tennis Association events for a three-year period until 2023.

Italian sports brand Fila has extended its sponsorship of current world number one women’s tennis player Ashleigh Barty.

The Women’s Tennis Association has agreed a new six-year deal with pay-television broadcaster Platforma Canal Plus in Poland, from 2021, amid interest in Polish player Iga Świątek.

The Women's Tennis Association is preparing to launch its 2021 season in the first week of January and plans a full calendar of more than 50 tournaments, including events in China

GVC Holdings, the sports betting group that houses bookmakers including Bwin, Coral, Ladbrokes, and Sportingbet, has become the first client to be announced as taking the expanded Women’s Tennis Association d…

Sports data and technology company Stats Perform has finalised a six-year agreement for the Women’s Tennis Association’s data rights, adding to its existing betting streaming rights to the women’s tour. I

The restart of the Italian Serie A football season has been moved back a week to September 19 - Reuters/CNA The WTA Tour restarted yesterday with the Palermo Ladies Open in Sicily, Italy - Reuters/ec/CNA

The Women's Tennis Association's seven planned tournaments in China this year, including its finals in Shenzhen, have been cancelled

Thai pay-television broadcaster TrueVisions is threatening not to show the end of the extended Thai League 1 football season, and is demanding a reduction in its rights fees for the competition

ATP chairman Andrea Gaudenzi talks about a challenging first nine months as ATP chairman and explains what tennis can learn from the music industry. Ben Cronin reports.

Organisers of this year's Wuhan Open WTA Tour event, pencilled for October 19 to 25, told Agence France Presse that it will be "hugely symbolic" in terms of the city's fight against Covid-19 should it…