Amazon Prime Video has confirmed it has signed an exclusive four year deal with the WTA.
The deal will see Amazon stream a minimum of 49 WTA tournaments a year from 2020, allowing viewers to watch up to 2,000 live and on demand matches per year from the WTA.
Amazon has also previously secured the rights to 37 ATP events and the US Open.
“As soon as the opportunity to bid for the women’s tennis rights became available, we couldn’t wait to bring the tournament to Prime Video, giving customers the chance to watch the best in both women’s and men’s tennis all in one place for the first time,” said Alex Green, European MD of Sport at Amazon Prime Video.
“We are excited to be the home of tennis and will offer viewers the most comprehensive coverage, at no extra cost to their Prime membership.”