Timeline Television has been awarded a three-year contract to provide technical outside broadcast facilities for three of BBC Sport’s iconic tennis tournaments.
The first is the Fever Tree Championships, which was held 17 – 23 June. It’s an annual event on the men’s professional ATP World Tour which is held at West London’s Queen’s Club.
The Nature Valley International Eastbourne takes place between 23rd and 29th June 2019. It is a WTA Premier level and ATP 250 level tournament based at Devonshire Park on the East Sussex coast.
The Nitto ATP Finals is an indoor tournament, running between 10th and 17th November 2019. The tournament is the end of year climax to the ATP Tour season and features only the world’s best eight qualified singles players and doubles teams. The competition is in a round-robin format with the best four players and doubles teams reaching the knockout semi-finals stage. Historically held in major cities around the world, the competition moved to its current home in London, where it will be played until 2020.
Timeline’s flagship, triple expanding, IP 4K HDR outside broadcast truck, UHD2 will be on site for two of the three tournaments. Timeline’s recently upgraded live 4K UHD/HD outside broadcast truck, OB16, a medium-sized, single expanding unit that can cater for 12 cabled cameras along with multiple radio cameras will be on site for the Eastbourne tournament.
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