SAP has been working on tennis analytics for years, but even the latest Women's Tennis Association (WTA) rule change prevents the software being used by coaches during matches at the Australian Open.
As summer progresses and sport occupies the mind, for the majority it is a time to sit back and relax. But not for Sportradar, a company that uses data analytics in cleaning up fraud in Australian sport and maintaining integrity. This is a time of heightened activity for the company.
Indian outsourcing giant Infosys has introduced a series of big data and analytics, artificial intelligence as well as virtual reality and augmented reality-based experiences at the Australian Open tennis championships.
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