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ESPN/ESPN2 TO TELEVISE ATP TOUR EVENTS
Published February 9, 1995
ESPN has struck a deal with the ATP tour that will allow ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN International to broadcast the ATP Tour Championship Series and the official year-end championship. ESPN will provide week-long coverage of the tournaments in the U.S. and Canada. ESPN2 will televise Thursday-Sunday events in Europe. In addition, ESPN and the ATP Tour will jointly produce a 30-minute highlight program: "ATP Tour Magazine" (ESPN).