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Live Scoring, Webcams, Radio + Website Portal

mad1town
03-15-2005, 06:31 PM
OK...seems like very few are interested in only live scoring. What about a tennis website similar to the functionality found for the grandslams (US Open, wimbledon, French - Australian does not have webcams or radio)?

In addition, the site would have more including:
- Weekly player features (who is hot, on the comeback trail after injury)
- Equipement updates from the tour...who is using what.
- Weekly ATP and/or Challenger location information (sights to see in the city, information about the hosting club, etc.)

Please take the poll...

Would you pay a monthly subscription for that? Please take the poll

AnnabelLee
03-15-2005, 08:09 PM
OK...seems like very few are interested in only live scoring. What about a tennis website similar to the functionality found for the grandslams (US Open, wimbledon, French - Australian does not have webcams or radio)?

In addition, the site would have more including:
- Weekly player features (who is hot, on the comeback trail after injury)
- Equipement updates from the tour...who is using what.
- Weekly ATP and/or Challenger location information (sights to see in the city, information about the hosting club, etc.)

Please take the poll...

Would you pay a monthly subscription for that? Please take the poll

Nothing. But i would pay for a site, that offers a live-stream for every important tournament (masters series, grand slam) and a few other tournaments. Live-Stream has to be in good quality (that means, the ball must be visible).

Bebka
03-15-2005, 08:33 PM
I remember watching a live cast from an arabic sports channel during the AO. It was great not having to be bound to only espn coverage meaning I got to see more than just American players. I would defenatly pay money to have a service like that all year round....

KoOlMaNsEaN
03-16-2005, 04:21 AM
I never pay anything... to cheap :p

tall_one
03-16-2005, 05:04 AM
In addition, the site would have more including:
- Weekly player features (who is hot, on the comeback trail after injury)
- Equipement updates from the tour...who is using what.
- Weekly ATP and/or Challenger location information (sights to see in the city, information about the hosting club, etc.)
i wouldn't pay anything for that stuff :o

I'd pay for live-steams of matches (assuming that the quality was good), i might pay some for radio if it came with a good scoreboard but i would perfer that i could pick and chose my events, not pay for a whole year

sierra91
03-16-2005, 05:04 AM
Nothing. But i would pay for a site, that offers a live-stream for every important tournament (masters series, grand slam) and a few other tournaments. Live-Stream has to be in good quality (that means, the ball must be visible).
DITTO

ugotlobbed
03-16-2005, 05:23 PM
i would pay for the highest amount u suggested if u had video above 1000 kb quality constantly...

mangoes
03-16-2005, 05:43 PM
I would pay for live streaming matches in a fashion similar to what I received during the tournament in Netherlands. The feed was clear. However, I paid for live streaming from Z-Cam for the Dubai event, and it quality was terrible, I was pissed. The Netherlands' feed was free....................isn't that ironic.