Exhilarating, enthralling and electrifying are just a few of the words that can be used to describe the Roland Garros French Open.
Beginning in late May and running until early June, the much acclaimed tennis tournament pits professional players against one another in a mixture of singles, doubles and mixed doubles play.
This tournament marks the 114th edition of the French Open played exclusively on twenty two clay courts including the three main show courts, Court Phillipe, Court Suzanne Lenglen and Court 1, where players will compete for a €1,800,000 prize draw.
All hands were on deck at Hyperactive Broadcast, prepping kit and ensuring that each piece of equipment, which ranged from Genelec Speakers to EVS XT3’S, was ready for the broadcast event.
Technical Engineer Gareth Steven installed the broadcast rig and stayed onsite with the kit. He provided professional technical assistance and expertise to the Roland Garros editors, while simultaneously monitoring and prepping workflows.
The French Open was broadcast on a global scale and thanks to the hard work and efforts put forth by the Hyperactive Broadcast staff and the professional knowledge and expertise provided by our seasoned engineer, the tennis tournament was viewed by millions, without issue.