TENNIS: Sky Sports to screen Great Britain’s Fed Cup tie against Argentina

April 17, 2013

Sky Sports has signed a deal with the ITF to show live coverage of Great Britain’s Fed Cup World Group II play-off clash against Argentina this weekend.

Laura Robson will spearhead Britain’s bid for Fed Cup promotion on the clay courts of Parque Roca in Buenos Aires on April 20-21.

The tie will decide who progresses to the eight-nation 2014 World Group II, the second tier of the international competition, after Great Britain finished as joint winners of the Europe/Africa Zone Group I in February.

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TENNIS: US Open 2012 – Live on Sky Sports

August 22, 2012

Flushing Meadows plays host once again to the final tennis grand slam of the year as the world’s greatest players gather in New York for the 2012 US Open.

A record prize purse of $25.5m will be up for grabs as Novak Djokovic and Sam Stosur begin the defence of their singles crowns.

Sky Sports is showing matches from every round of both the men’s and women’s competitions exclusively live throughout the tournament, with selected live matches also available on British Eurosport.

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TENNIS: Great Britain’s Fed Cup tie to be shown live on British Eurosport

March 16, 2012

British Eurosport will broadcast live coverage of Great Britain’s Fed Cup tie against Sweden this weekend.

Following their successful Euro/Africa Zone Group I wins over Portugal, Netherlands, Israel and Austria in February, the British team will play an away tie in Boras, Sweden in the World Group II Play-offs on April 21-22.

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LONDON 2012: Olympic Games – Tennis

January 1, 2000

Just three weeks after the end of the annual grand slam tournament, Wimbledon will once again welcome the best players in the world for the London 2012 Tennis competition.

The likes of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Andy Murray will be relishing the challenge that lies ahead as they return to the grass of the All England Club to compete for the prestige of being called an Olympic champion.

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