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Sony Broadcast Australian Open 2020 Live in India as Renew 3 Year deal

Good News for the India and Their Sub Continents Countries like Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Hong Kong, Afghanistan as Tennis Australia and Sony Pictures Netwoks India – SPN carry their broadcast deal for the next three years.

Sony Media will be bring the exclusive and digital rights holder for the India. Sony Network bring the More than 200 hours of Live coverage of the First Grand Slam of calender Year 2020 Australian Open.

SPN’s broadcast will be on a minimum of two English language linear television channels, along with streaming of all 16 match courts on SPN’s video streaming service, SonyLIV.

“We are delighted to not just extend but also expand our relationship with SPN in India from 2020,” said Craig Tiley, CEO, Tennis Australia and Australian Open Tournament Director.

“This year’s Australian Open attracted record audiences in India which saw the key international market rise to our eighth biggest worldwide, and the third in Asia behind Japan and China. SPN’s commitment to providing their most comprehensive coverage allows us to engage with Indian fans in a deeper.

“One of the most coveted titles for any tennis player, the Australian Open has been the most watched Grand Slam in India for the past two years. We are proud to extend our relationship with Tennis Australia,” said Rajesh Kaul, chief revenue officer, Distribution and Head – Sports Business, SPN.

Along with Live Broadcast of All the Matches, Tennis Australia also provide the Indian specific, original programming content along with highlights, players guide, tournament info and best of, behind the scenes and much more on the network. Some of the selective matches will be also telecast with Hindi Commentary of Australian Open.

Upcoming Edition of Australian Open is begin in January 2020 in Melbourne, Australia and is among the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world. The world’s top players, including Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Ashleigh Barty, Naomi Osaka ready to perform on the First Grand Slam of the Year.

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