Steinberg Sports & Entertainment CEO Leigh Steinberg on resuming sports in the coronavirus era and politics in sports.
IBM Cloud and Data Platform SVP Rob Thomas on the many ways artificial intelligence can be used, including changing the fan experience of watching sports like tennis.
Novak Djokovic, the world's #1 tennis player, could potentially face additional fines from the United States Tennis Association following his dramatic disqualification from the US Open on Sunday night.
DraftKings CEO Jason Robins responds to a recent IRS memo which says fantasy sports entry fees should be taxable. Roberts believes this is wrong and inconsistent with other policies and hopes his company can work with the IRS to change their position. He later addresses his company's profitability in the midst of widespread sports cancellations.
Sports betting is gaining mainstream acceptance across the country as more states opt to legalize and regulate the industry.
Barstool Sports CEO Erika Nardini says its sports gambling app will make the company a more competitive market player in the betting industry.
USTA CEO Mike Dowse on the safety measures being taken during the U.S. Open amid the coronavirus pandemic and the financial impact of playing without fans.
Andy Roddick said he would play in the tournament if he was still on the circuit.
Novak Djokovic tested positive for the coronavirus on Tuesday after taking part in a tennis exhibition series he organized in Serbia and Croatia.
The 2020 U.S. Open will mark the first major tennis tournament since play was suspended in mid-March.
USTA Chief Revenue Officer Lew Sherr discusses the U.S. Tennis Open Tournament being held without fans in the stands.
The U.S. Open will be held as originally scheduled from Aug. 31 to Sept. 13 in New York.
Williams has won six times at the U.S. Open, but not since 2014.
Australian Nick Kyrgios says the United States Tennis Association is being “selfish” by pressing ahead with the U.S. Open on its original dates from Aug. 31 to Sept. 13.
The professional tennis tours have been suspended since March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
There is still no vaccine available against the new coronavirus, which has killed more than 270,000 people around the world.
The governing bodies of tennis plan to announce as soon as this week they are launching a fund of more than $6 million aimed at lessening the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic for about 800 singles and doubles players.
Novak Djokovic and his wife Jelena advocate natural healing and not vaccinations.
Pro tennis events are on hold due to the pandemic.
The Wimbledon tennis championship has been canceled but the organization will receive a large insurance payout, which will soften the loss of revenue. FOX Business’ Ashley Webster with more.