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* In the UK, Sky Sports will be the exclusive live broadcast rights holder, with opportunities for additional terrestrial exposure available.
* In France, Pathe Sport will screen extensive year-round coverage of all tournaments, while France 2 and 3 will show the semifinals and finals of every Masters Series event as well as extensive coverage of the Tennis Masters Series Paris;
* In Italy, Stream will broadcast the entire series, and RAI will take highlights as well as the finals of the Tennis Masters Series Monte Carlo and Tennis Masters Series Roma;
* In Germany, extensive coverage will be shown on Premiere World while daily highlights of each event, as well as the semifinal and final of the Tennis Masters Series Hamburg, will be broadcast on DSF;

Exposure for men's tennis in Europe will dramatically increase with Eurosports' broadcast of the Masters Cup and significant increases in its broadcast schedule for other men's tournaments.

* As exclusive rights holder, Eurosport's TMC broadcasts will reach 54 countries in 18 languages.
* Eurosport will cover all the matches of the Masters Cup, taking advantage of the editorial efforts already in place for coverage of three of the four Grand Slams (Australian Open, French Open, US Open).
* Eurosport will further expand coverage of the Masters Cup through sub-licensing agreements with terrestrial channels.
* Eurosport coverage of ATP tennis will nearly double, going from 12 tournaments in 2001 to 20 in 2002.
 

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Ah that is indeed good news. :bounce:
French coverage is really bad so far.
So when will this happen? This year or next year?
 
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