Indian outsourcing giant Infosys has introduced a series of big data and analytics, artificial intelligence as well as virtual reality and augmented reality-based experiences at the Australian Open tennis championships.
Analysis of thousands of shots played by tennis players Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer by researchers at the Queensland University of Technology has enabled them to develop an algorithm that can predict where each player will land his next shot.
Tennis Australia's technology needs for the Australian Open in 2019, and for the next two years thereafter, will be provided by the Indian outsourcing giant Infosys, which has signed a three-year deal with the body responsible for the sport in Australia.
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