New: 12 Full HD cameras added to strengthen Video Review coverage

New: 12 Full HD cameras added to strengthen Video Review coverage

World Padel Tour has improved its live coverage for Video Reviews, with up to 12 Full HD cameras added around the court to capture potential infringements.

Video Reviews can be called by players during a match when they feel a decision has been wrongly ruled by the umpire. They can do so twice a set per couple and retain their Review if they correctly challenge the initial decision.

In the Video Review Area, the assigned umpire, supporting the umpire in the chair during the match, goes over the footage, slowing it down and reviewing every angle, as can now be seen during World Padel Tour TV broadcasts.

The new cameras will be implemented from the Estrella Damm Comunidad de Madrid Master in September onwards.

Also read: Video Challenge to be displayed during World Padel Tour broadcasts

How the 12 new cameras will be placed: the four 120 fps cameras placed at the red points, the eight 60 fps cameras placed at the blue and green points How the 12 new cameras will be placed: the four 120 fps cameras placed at the red points, the eight 60 fps cameras placed at the blue and green points

From now on, the replay footage will be captured in Full HD: four cameras filming at 120 frames per second, and eight filming at 60 fps.

These additional cameras will allow Video Reviews to be carried out more accurately, giving viewers at home a better image as well.

It is one of many innovations in World Padel Tour's television coverage as it aims to give fans the best experience possible.

Más noticias

Main Partner

Premium Sponsors

Official Sponsors

Sponsors

Providers