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DATA ANALYTICS IS RIFE IN TENNIS, BUT COULD AI REPLACE HUMANS ENTIRELY
Robot arm strikes a tennis ball, serving it at 220 miles per hour. From the opposing side of the court, another robot returns the serve and the two machines engage in a 427 stroke rally. An automated umpire decides, instantly, that the ball was out by a hair’s breadth. Silence rings around an empty stadium.This is the hypothetical, somewhat dystopian image conjured by Chris Brauer, director of innovation at the Institute of Management Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London, at a recent panel discussion about the use of data analytics and technology in tennis.While steeped in tradition, tennis has embraced technology on multiple fronts: coaching, umpiring and fan experiences. READ MORE