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Re: Delray Beach Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated January 28, 2008)

Got an email from the tournament, they will broadcast online using the same company that San Jose uses:

The 2008 Delray Beach ITC and B2 Networks have partnered to broadcast the 16th-annual tournament live via B2 Networks. All stadium matches between Monday, Feb. 11 through Sunday, Feb. 17 will be carried live from the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center. "This is the first time we have had the opportunity to broadcast an event from this first-class facility, and we look forward to some of the best players in the world competing before a worldwide audience," stated Richard Brosal, B2 Networks Executive Vice President for Business Operations and Marketing.

All matches that are played on the Stadium Court will be broadcast live (Day & Evening matches) beginning Monday, Feb. 11. Fans will have the option of purchasing daily broadcast passes for $9.95 each, or they can catch all the action with a $49.95 tournament pass. The first 500 B2 ticket buyers will get a free $10 gift card from tournament sponsor Golfsmith Golf and Tennis.

Fans can watch by logging on Live @ the Delray Beach ITC or through the tournament's website at

Best twitter posts of the epic match:

@dougrobson - Whoever is supplying Mahut with hair gel needs to ink a sponsorship deal now.

@Wimbledon - FYI, with @Wimbledon live scoring devices, please add 50 to the games in the fifth set of the Isner v Mahut match.

@HolterMedia - Nice to see that a three-day test has come to tennis here @wimbledon.

Andy wearring Crocs, courtesy of Smitty8
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