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Stan Sport Extends Offering With World Tennis Championship


Stan Sport Extends Offering With World Tennis Championship

Stan Sport has announced it has secured the broadcast rights for the World Tennis Championship (WTC) in Abu Dhabi, starting on Thursday.

Every match of the competition will be streamed live across Stan Sport, followed by coverage of the ATP Cup in Sydney, the Adelaide International, Melbourne Summer Events and the Sydney Tennis Class, in the lead up to the Australian Open 2022 from 17-30 January.

The Australian Open will also be broadcast on Nine, with all matches streamed live on 9NOW.

Speaking about the upcoming summer filled with tennis broadcast, Stan’s acting CEO, Martin Kugeler, said: “We are very much looking forward to a fantastic summer of sport on Stan.”

“Tennis fans can watch some of the best players including Rafael Nadal at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship this week, followed by every match of the ATP Cup as well as the other Australian tournaments in early January and finishing off with the highlight of the summer, the Australian Open on Stan Sport,” Kugeler said.

The broadcast rights extend Stan Sport’s reach over international sporting competitions, with the platform recently announcing the acquisition of the broadcast rights to the 2022 UCI Road World Championships in Wollongong on 18-25 September.

The UCI Road World Championships will see Stan Sport and the Nine Network cover eleven events over the eight days of the competition.

Discussing the UCI Road World Championships broadcast partnership, Kugeler said: “The world’s best cyclists will come to Australia, competing for the 2022 UCI Road World Championships.”

“No doubt, we will be able to witness fantastic sport and plenty of drama in Wollongong next year.

“We can’t wait to showcase every race of this incredible festival of cycling on Stan Sport,” he said.

Wollongong 2022 CEO, Stu Taggart, said: “The 2022 UCI Road World Championships will be a celebration of the world’s best athletes competing in a world-class destination, Wollongong, Australia.”

“To have every minute of the action streamed live from Wollongong will turbocharge the reach of this ground-breaking event and put the city front and centre among cycling enthusiasts and sport-lovers nationwide,” Taggart said.

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