Hawk-Eye v FoxTenn: The Battle for Roland Garros

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Hawk-Eye v FoxTenn: The Battle for Clay-Court Supremacy Since Hawk-Eye officially became the first ITF-certified electronic line-calling system in 2005, electronic line-calling has become a big part of tennis, first as a TV coverage aid and then on court. Companies such as FoxTenn (in 2016) and Flight-Scope (in 2020) have also joined the throng, but the battle for clay-court officiating supremacy is coming to a head. Roland Garros is the only Grand Slam yet to implement electronic line-calling…but could that change in 2021? Subscribe: https://tinyurl.com/BaselineTennis | 🔔Make sure to enable all push notifications!🔔 Watch our most recent videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… Subscribe to the ‘Baseline Exchanges’ Podcast: https://plnk.to/baseline-exchanges Follow Baseline Media on the socials: Website: https://www.baseline-media.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/baselinemed… TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@baselinemedia_ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BaselineMedia_ About Baseline Tennis: Baseline Tennis adds colour and context to the stories behind the game – both familiar and lesser-known. Standing apart from the maelstrom of the 24/7 news cycle, Baseline Tennis provides informative, engaging and intelligent content on the past, present and future of the game, focusing on the stories that matter. Our videos combine 3D imagery, motion graphics, archive footage, graphical illustrations and sound, to create rich and vivid storytelling, bringing the viewer immersive profiles of players, tournaments, key moments from history, the skills of the game and major discussion points. It’s tennis. But viewed differently. #hawkeye #foxtenn #rolandgarros

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