Broadcast RF were at London’s O2 Arena this autumn for the ATP Tennis World Tour Finals 2013.
In the Men’s Singles competition, 2012 champion Novak Djokovic retained his title against No. 1 Rafael Nadal with two straight sets, earning $1,923,000 in prize money and 1,500 Emirates ATP Rankings points.
In the Mens Doubles competition David Marrero and his partner Fernando Verdasco defeated Bob and Mike Bryan 7-5, 6-7, 10-7 in the second-longest doubles match of this year’s tournament. The Spaniards each earned $265,000 for their victory.
Broadcast RF supplied two HD wireless camera systems with Sony HDC1500 cameras which were able to operate in five different and diverse locations within the O2. This was achieved through the use of six pairs of receive antennas which were rigged in various locations, with RF signals sent back to the receivers at the OB Truck via a combination of the O2 over fibre.
The ATP World Tour Finals return to London in 2014, where Novak Djokovic will have the chance to become the first man to win three consecutive tournaments since Ivan Lendl over 25 years ago.