Don't talk about what you don't know. Eurosport will just stay with Roland Garros, Australian Open, US Open, Queens and just 2 or 3 more tournaments. Just that, anything more. True information, won't be Miguel Seabra (from Eurosport Portugal) my friend.
Oh, they have shown hundreds and hundreds hours of tennis every year for 25 years and now they will show three Grand Slams and three other tournaments during the whole year? That's not even clever. They have to have some kind of small build up before the tournaments. Maybe some claycourt events before RG and some hardcourt events before US.
And by the way I'm just guessing here. I don't have some Portuguese Eurosport commentators as my buddies.
Besides, how will they fill the missing hours? Armwrestling, rock-paper-scissors and some wrestling from the 80's?
And what I know of, Eurosport is pretty different in different countries. Eurosport Germany is different than Eurosport Portugal. And so is Eurosport Scandinavia, or British Eurosport.
Good example is the US Open. Apparently the Brits get a only the first week live, when the rest of Europe gets the whole two weeks. A huge difference, but the same channel.
TigerTim: Does ITV shit on Eurosport in Australia and US Open? And does BBC shit on them during US Open? Or does Sky Sports shit on them during RG? Or does only Eurosport show those three Slams? ITV has one? Sky has one? BBC has two? Well that's not much to shit about.