Gravity Media puts more than 150 professionals on the ground to cover Australian Open
Gravity Media is very involved in, what they called, The Australian Summer of Tennis. The media crew of this company will help to produce the ATP Cup, the Adelaide International Tournament, the ATP Summer Series and the Australian Open qualifiers all leading up to the Australian Open that is currently in play.
Gravity Media has supplied outside broadcast trucks HD 5 and HD 6 at the ATP Cup in Sydney and HD 9 at the Adelaide International Tournament.
The ATP Cup brings the best players across two venues in the Ken Rosewall Arena at Sydney Olympic Park and the Qudos Bank Arena. At the same time, Adelaide is hosting two ATP 250 events. The first was the Adelaide International 1, which was played Monday 3 to Sunday 9 January and the second is the Adelaide International 2, played from Monday 10 to Saturday 15 January.
The Gravity Media team then went on air for a week with the ATP Melbourne Summer Set Series. From Monday 3 to Sunday 9 January, the team covered matches at Melbourne Park across Rod Laver Arena and seven other courts, capturing the action from two WTA events and one ATP 250 event.
The Australian Open is being covered by a team of more than 150 people employed by Gravity Media, who continue to work through the difficult circumstances brought on by COVID. The company has stated that they are immensely proud of the team on the ground and the sacrifices they have had to make.