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Data technology group Sportradar has announced that they've extended their partnership with Tennis Australia, which will see the two working together for the next few years.
The two groups have been working together since 2016, with Sportradar providing integrity services and sport data from the matches that take place in the country. Sportradar uses data to help ensure that match-fixing doesn't take place. The deal will renew right alongside the Australian Open, which started on January 14th.
Commenting on the agreement Sportradar's David Lampitt said, "The Australian Open is a hugely popular event across the world. Tennis Australia has a truly innovative and progressive approach to nurturing and advancing the interests of the game.
"Our combination of cutting-edge technology together with our expertise across data, AV and integrity services will continue to support those aims. Our own mission in partnering with rights holders like Tennis Australia is clear - we have an ongoing and long-term commitment to safeguarding tennis, whilst delivering investment into premium content enabling the continued growth of the game across the world."