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Australian Open Website is owned and operated by Tennis Australia and is hosted and run by IBM in collaboration with the Tennis Australia, located in the State of Victoria. © Copyright IBM Corp., Tennis Australia 1996, 2011. All Rights Reserved. The Australian Open is the first of the four annual Grand Slam tennis tournaments – the other three are the French Open, US Open and Wimbledon. The tournament is held in the middle of the Australian summer, in the last fortnight of the month of January; thus an extreme-heat policy is put into play when temperatures reach dangerous levels. The tournament was held for the first time in 1905 on grass courts. Since 1988, the tournament has been held on hard courts at Melbourne Park.

Australian Open – Match Analysis DVD
Client:

Tennis Australia

Media:

Match Analysis DVD

Other Media:

AO Website
iPhone App
SlamTracker

Year:

2010


AO Match Analysis DVD Features

The IBM Match Analysis DVD helps players and coaches analyze their performance, which is produced and delivered to the player almost immediately after each match. This gives a point-by-point replay and comes with a searchable video index, so they can view specific shots. It’s a powerful way for players to analyze their and their opponents performance, spot weaknesses and develop their game. The DVD helps the players visualize data to offer valuable insights and sharpen their competitive edge.

Fast Facts:
  • Enables players and their coaches to view and analyze their matches to help identify their strengths and weaknesses
  • layers can choose to view the video of just their aces, or forehand winners, backhand unforced errors or even go back to crucial points in the match.
  • Provided to men’s and women’s singles players at Rod Laver, Hisense and Margaret Court Arenas.


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