Holding everything together was FOX Sports presenter, Jason de la Peña, whom viewers would’ve seen presenting the Australian Open and Roland Garros on FOX Sports.
To further connect with fans and to encourage them to interact with our studio guest, Marion Bartoli, an #AskMarion hashtag was heavily promoted to garner even higher engagements and allow Bartoli to share more of her invaluable thoughts and opinions with tennis fans.
In total, more than 200 hours of LIVE tennis was produced, which was broadcast over FOX Sports, FOX Sports 2 and FOX Sports Play, giving fans more tennis action and the choice of catching each day’s play on TV, tablets, mobile phones or on their computers.
Tennis on FOX Sports will take a short break, before returning in January 2016 with the Australian Open, and the focus will now shift to the start of the football season, on August 15th, with special attention being paid to the Bundesliga, which is yet another new acquisition by FOX Sports, to further bolster their position as the true ‘Home of Sports’, and be the preferred sports network.
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