C More Tennis

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C More Tennis
C More Tennis.svg
Country Sweden
Broadcast area Scandinavia
Slogan C More Tennis
Programming
Language(s) Scandinavia
Ownership
Owner TV4 Group and C More Entertainment
Sister channels Canal 9 (Denmark), Canal 8 Sport and C More
History
LaunchedSeptember 4, 2012
ReplacedCanal+ Sport 2
ClosedJanuary 1, 2017
Replaced byC More Live 5

C More Tennis was a Scandinavian premium sports channel which replaced Canal+ Sport 2 on September 4, 2012, and became a sports channel with only tennis from ATP Tour, WTA Tour and Davis Cup. The channel also has the rights to the Grand Slam tournament Wimbledon.

The channel was available:

In Sweden through the C More packets: C More Max, C More Sports and C More Family.

In Norway through the C More packets: C More Total and C More Sports.

In Finland through the package: MTV3 Total.

However, it was not meaningful in the first place that the channel should be available in Denmark since Canal 8 Sport substituted C More Sports and Tennis would be shown there, but the channel is available through C More Film package from Canal Digital, YouSee and Altibox together with C More Extreme. But in early 2013 it was recognized that there was not always room till all tennis tournaments on Canal 8 Sport so that the channel was in March 2013 made available through YouSee where the channel could be optional as an additional channel to 30, - DKR. Also C More Extreme was made an additional channel to 30, - DKR

History

The channel got in early 2013 the rights to the WTA Tour, but only in Sweden, Norway and Finland, in Denmark, TV3 Sport 2 have the rights, So the WTA Tour transmissions will be blocked in Denmark together with The Grand Slam tournament Wimbledon, which also TV3 Sport 2 has the rights to.

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