The management of Kwesé TV said it has put all measures in place to bring the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tour action live, as top professional women tennis players compete for cash and rankings.
According to them, Kwesé TV subscribers will be able to watch the Qatar Total Open taking place in Doha which kicked-off on Monday 12 February and runs through until 18 February.
“Kwesé TV will also air the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, holding at the Aviation Club Tennis Centre, Dubai, UAE from 19 – 24 February.
“From Dubai, the WTA Tour moves to Acapulco, Mexico for the Abierto Mexicano TELCEL presentado por HSBC which is scheduled for 25 February to 3 March. This tournament coincides with the 25th anniversary of Abierto Mexicano TELCEL presentado por HSBC, the most important tennis tournament in Latin America.
“Kwesé is also the exclusive home of ESPN and the WTA tournaments will be live on ESPN, channel 310 on Kwesé TV as well as on Kwesé Sports 2, channel 305.
Kwesé Sports is Econet Media’s exclusive sports content platform available on the Kwesé TV network, Kwesé Sports and holds rights to some of the most popular sporting leagues such as the NBA, the Carabao Cup, NFL, and Copa del Rey.
It is also the official broadcaster of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.
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