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Australian Open Extends AM Broadcast Deal

Australian Open Extends AM Broadcast Deal

The Australian Open and Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) have extended their partnership, which keeps exclusive ball-by-ball coverage on the SEN network.

The three-year deal will see SEN provide daily action of the Australian Open, including finals, to listeners in Australia and New Zealand, with 24/7 coverage from a dedicated tennis channel also supporting key matches across more than 60 SEN channels.

Additionally, Brett Phillips will help lead coverage after recently signing a two year extension with SEN.

Commenting on the partnership, SEN CEO, Craig Hutchison, said: “We are excited to continue our partnership with Tennis Australia and KIA for the iconic Australian Open over the next three years.”

“The Australian Open is a staple of the Australian summer, and we’re proud to play a part in serving up all the action for tennis fans, giving them unprecedented coverage to the first Grand Slam of the new year.

“Brett Phillips will lead a dynamic broadcast team along the two-week journey across the entire SEN network across two countries,” he said.

The news comes after SEN announced a multi-year partnership with New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing, which will enhance racing in the country.

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