Sports broadcasting refers to delivering sporting events using electronic media such as radio, TV, and internet webcasts. Sports broadcasting reaches a large audience, and many people are employed in this area. The delivery of television sports broadcasts has been dominated by national broadcast rights deals between the major 큐티비 sports broadcasting networks in particular countries, individual sports organizations, and leagues that have contracted with these broadcasters.

Numerous sports broadcasting organizations exist worldwide. Some of the most common include:

The video shot is usually divided into several different categories. The main shots cover action at the net, middle and back court areas. Cutaways are used to discuss strategy, show player reactions, or do other on-court activities that do not directly involve play. Finally, there is one-on-one coverage that focuses on an individual player during a game.

A typical tennis game is broken up into 6–8 segments called ‘games’ with a change of ends between each game. One break occurs after the first game and then another at 3 games (also called deuce). Sports broadcasts may be live or delayed to make programming more convenient for viewers, as many events are not broadcast simultaneously.

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A typical tennis match consists of 4 sets (i.e., seven games), although the duration may vary according to the length of a group (and the number of games in a pack). Sets can be won on either the 3rd or 5th game, with the winner being able to choose first option in deciding which set (or part of a set) they wish to play. At ‘adverse’ (5–5) or longer games, both players choose to play one set at once so that one player must win 2 sets and have no loss during the tournament.

In tennis broadcasting, both players are displayed as a box across the net at the middle and backcourt. This is because tennis plays very differently from player to player. Some players rely on power and pace, while other, more talented players focus more on placement and timing. The camera shot needs to capture both the offensive and defensive shots to show how the point plays out. When there is a lot of action at one end of the court, the camera switches to a wide shot covering all play areas. This can only be done once per point because it takes time for an operator to change cameras when zoomed into tight shots of one player or wide shots covering both players.