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THE ATP TOUR has released their schedule for the rest of the season after suspending tournaments in China and Russia.The likes of Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will be denied the chance to earn up to 1,000 ranking points with the removal of the Shanghai Masters from this year's ATP calendar. It comes as a particular blow to the Serb, who has already been unable to compete in Australia, Indian Wells and Miami over his unvaccinated status which has denied him the chance to earn a large amount of ranking points.
at the start of the year, Netflix announced that it has signed a partnership with ATP and WTA, the instances that manage world and female world tennis, in order to shoot a documentary series behind the scenes of the 2022 professional tennis season. Andrea Gaudenzi, president of ATP, revealed the intentions of his project ... © Lionel Guericolas/MPP/Starface at the beginning of the year, Netflix announced that it has signed a partnership with ATP and WTA, The authorities that manage male and female world tennis, in order to shoot a documentary series behind the scenes of the 2022 professional tennis season. Andrea Gaudenzi, president of ATP, revealed the intentions of his project ...
is only a matter of time to see the champions of world tennis on Netflix disembark. In the manner of Drive to Survive in Formula 1, the streaming platform will offer a documentary series behind the scenes of the biggest competitions of the little yellow ball, including the four Grand Slam tournaments that are the Australian Open, Roland-Garros, Wimbledon and the US Open.
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During an interview for Tennis Magazin , Andrea Gaudenzi, the president of the ATP, confided in his ambitious project to promote tennis: " We wish to enthusiastic more fans for tennis. We will show Lots of 'behind the scenes' of the circuit, another face of the players, who they are, what they do and what it means to be a tennis professional who travels all year round. "The Italian leader claims to have been Inspired after the huge success of Drive to Survive: " I have never been a big fan of Formula 1, but when I saw the Netflix Drive to Survive documentary, it brought me another point of view . It created in me a spark which made me understand that I had to look at the next race to understand the personalities. "The documentary" The Last Dance "on Michael Jordan also has much more to the boss of the ATP:" It made me want to look more at the NBA! "
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"We definitely conceived of a larger narrative universe."It's always been planned that the movie would launch a new extended universe, something the Russo Brothers have experience of from their work with the MCU. And even before the release of the first movie, follow-up movies were always on their mind.
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thanks to this future documentary series, Andrea Gaudenzi hopes to adapt to the new consumption habits of the public : " We are in the field of entertainment and we want to tell stories. Live matches should not be the only product we offer. Nowadays, 50% of media consumption does not concern live events. It is especially through social media that spectators want to participate in other stories. " If the series has"
not yet name
", nor an official release date, Andrea Gaudenzi gave its preference, which could be important in the final choice of Netflix:" I suppose that 'It will be put online at the end of the year or before the Australian Open 2023, in order to open its appetite for the new season. "
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