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Tennis Grand Slam Board Tweaks Rules To Speed Up Game; May Reduce Seeded Players

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 22 / 17

The Grand Slam Board on Tuesday confirmed that the Australian Open’s "request to raise" the shot-clock from 20 to 25 seconds and "strictly enforce it with an electronic shot-clock had been accepted" and will begin during January's tournament, according to Martyn Herman of REUTERS. The thr...

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