Netflix has announced a new documentary series that will follow a year in the careers of some of the biggest tennis players in the world.
The series plans to offer an unfiltered look at life inside the competitive sport of professional tennis through the perspective of the players and their teams.
All four Grand Slam tournaments, the ATP Tour, WTA Tour, and ATP Media are all onboard the project which will provide an equal platform to the men’s and women’s competitors of the sport.
James Gay Rees and Paul Martin serve as executive producers for the series produced by Box to Box Films who previously worked on Netflix’s “Formula 1: Drive to Survive” docuseries.
Filming is about to take place at the Australia Open which has made world headlines as a federal court decision this weekend upheld the decision to cancel the visa and deport the current world No. 1 men’s tennis player Novak Djokovic.