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Infosys to Help Bridge Gap between Fans and Tennis at Roland-Garros


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Infosys to Help Bridge Gap between Fans and Tennis at Roland-Garros

The tennis experience for remote fans is getting a revamp as Infosys’ technologies will be used at Roland-Garros to transform the entire tennis ecosystem. Through the technologies, the fans, players, coaches, broadcasters, journalists, and the tournament organizers will be able to navigate the French Grand Slam in new innovative ways through immersive and intelligent tools.

With Infosys by their side, Roland-Garros 2021 will see Artificial Intelligence (AI), 3D, and cloud solutions being leveraged to transform match viewing, player training, tournament reporting, and broadcast editing. This will also involve a launch of digital art museum to celebrate the spirit and heritage of Roland-Garros.

"This is our second year impacted by the challenges of the pandemic and social distancing, but partnering with Infosys we have set a gold standard for other sporting organizations navigating a disrupted season, and looking to bridge the gap between players, coaches and fans across the world. The innovations we have created are leading the way in establishing a long-term immersive and digital standard for sporting tournaments," said AmélieOudéa-Castera, Chief Executive Officer of French Tennis Federation (FFT).

AI-powered match reporting tools and journalist insights will be available to accredited media at Roland-Garros 2021.


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