TSN serves up 2005 tennis broadcast schedule

TSN will be airing over 500 hours of tennis this year featuring all four Grand Slam tournaments, 10 Tennis Master Series events (beginning with the event in Montreal), and the Rogers Cup in Toronto. The tennis sked kicks off with the Australian Open this Sunday, Jan. 16 and wraps up on Nov. 21 with the Masters Cup finals. TSN's Australian Open lineup, with 60 hours of matches, is the first Grand Slam event of the year and looks to draw upon the successes from 2004. Last January the average broadcast drew 101,000 viewers, an increase of 22% from 2003.

TSN will be airing over 500 hours of tennis this year featuring all four Grand Slam tournaments, 10 Tennis Master Series events (beginning with the event in Montreal), and the Rogers Cup in Toronto. The tennis sked kicks off with the Australian Open this Sunday, Jan. 16 and wraps up on Nov. 21 with the Masters Cup finals. TSN’s Australian Open lineup, with 60 hours of matches, is the first Grand Slam event of the year and looks to draw upon the successes from 2004. Last January the average broadcast drew 101,000 viewers, an increase of 22% from 2003.