We’re reinventing the game with data, insights and digital experiences.
MatchBeats takes you beyond scores and stats with a cool new way to visualize the flow of the game as it unfolds. Get point-by-point analysis as you watch the match live and spot key trends like aces, break points, double faults, unforced errors, and rally length.
Every moment of brilliance on court is uncovered using AI Clips, an artificial intelligence platform for real game-changing tennis moments. It produces highlights in real-time by applying over 120 filters and more than a 1000 possible combinations, so fans never miss the moments that matter at the Australian Open.
This year at Melbourne Park, Infosys is powering a live broadcast of Australian Open matches in virtual reality, a first- of-its kind experience for tennis fans anywhere in the world. Fans can also play tennis in virtual reality, with a training module driven by statistics. The best part: fans can even shop for AO merchandise in a real VR store.
The future of tennis meets the future of retail, in a whole new virtual dimension.
Our brand ambassador and tennis superstar Thanasi Kokkinakis stops by to play the game like never before.
Knowing whether you should slice the next return. Finding the best slice of on-court action with 360o game views. Even ordering a slice of pizza to your seat with just a gesture. It’s all a reality in the world of virtual reality tennis. Welcome to a new dimension. It’s time to experience the next way to see.
Get a little foresight in your sight, and the formula for greatness changes when tennis technique meets tennis data. Uncover the patterns to predict what can happen at every point, all the way through to match point — from where the serve will land to the exact point of a dominating net approach. This is the power of insight. Experience the next way to play.
Switch on the view through the lens and switch up your game. Artificial intelligence has some real game-changing insights for you, from finding that perfect forehand angle to perfecting your return position. There’s many ways to get to the next level. It starts when you experience the next way to train.
Split second decisions, rallying for success, bringing an ace up when it matters- tennis and business have a lot in common, and Australian legend Patrick Rafter shares his secrets with business leaders at the Tennis Clinic.
From acing their code to aces on court, Infoscions are doing it all. At the Australian Open-Infosys inter-DC tournament, Infosys employees showed their enthusiasm for the game and took home cool prizes.
Even as the game is being reinvented, beyond the court, the future of business is reimagined at Infosys Confluence Australia, which brings together those navigating their next. Business executives in the region will leverage learnings from the digital transformation of Australian Open and get a courtside view of history in the making at the finals.
First round draws are highly anticipated – not just because the top seeds will know who they will face in their first matches, but also for the insights and anecdotes shared by the players. This year’s Australian Open Draw Ceremony was powered by Infosys as the presenting partner.
If you had a chance to work on the graffiti for the Infosys VR experience, what would you do? We invited entries from Infoscions across the globe, and twelve of their best creations were immortalized in the virtual walls of the Melbourne Park laneway concept at the Australian Open.
For the first time ever at any Grand Slam, the merchandise store is now a VR shop. Racquets, tees, caps or beach towels, fans can try it all out with digital avatars and complete their transaction in the virtual store.
We’re using data to uncover what champions are made of, with our analytics engine crunching the numbers for tournament predictions and player breakdowns.
From deconstructing a player’s physical DNA to spotting the edge with numbers, we’re giving fans a deeper understanding of the game.
Will there be more forehand or backhand winners? Who has the advantage while returning? All the key match trends to watch out for, served up on social media.
Tennis at the Australian Open isn’t just a game. It’s an experience shaped by breathtaking action on court and unforgettable passion beyond the court. And to amplify this experience, Infosys and Tennis Australia have joined hands — to transform the Australian Open into one of the most technologically advanced sporting events in the world. We’re here to ace the Open.
This partnership is about creating new ways of experiencing the Australian Open. We’re really excited about the opportunity to showcase how digital technologies can enhance the boundaries of this tournament, to change the way the Australian Open is watched, analyzed and played. This association with Tennis Australia also reaffirms our strategic commitment to the region where we partner with some of the leading enterprises in driving their digital transformation agenda.
Salil Parekh, CEO and Managing Director, Infosys
Partnering with Infosys is an exciting next step in our ongoing quest to innovate the Australian Open and engage new audiences across the world. We have long understood the importance of using data and insights to improve connections with our fans, players, coaches and the rest of the tennis community and we look forward to working with Infosys to change the way we all experience our great sport in the future.
Craig Tiley, CEO, Tennis Australia