BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... While uncertainty surrounds the scale of the Olympic Games which Tokyo will host in 2021, YouGov SportsIndex data shows that Japanese people continue to consider the event the world’s most prestigious sports property.
BLOG | by Charlie Dundas ... With most sports back in full swing, we’re looking this week at how common betting is among different sports fan bases in the United Kingdom. So, which group is most likely to be making a bet? We found a little more than a quarterof UK adults who follow football have placed a bet in the last 12 months, but how about the other types of sports fans?
BLOG | by Charlie Dundas ... The Six Nations Rugby Championship – in stasis since the start of the pandemic lockdowns in March – finally returned in October, offering British fans an escape to a pre-COVID world, just as they faced a second wave of shutdowns.
BLOG | by Ned Morris ... The majority of Australians (57%) believe that Tennis Australia are right to press ahead with the Australian Open as planned, albeit with measures to mitigate potential health impacts on players and spectators.
BLOG | by Lance Fraenkel ... We wrote last year about the unusually long-term sponsorships which the US Open Tennis Championship enjoys. The tournament has three Official Partners, with four brands benefiting – American Express, Emirates, Chase and JP Morgan. This year, we thought we would take a look at which of these brands was making the most of its tennis partnerships.
DATA INSIGHTS | by YouGov ... As Andy Murray retired last week (or maybe didn’t – who knows?) we thought we’d take a quick look at the impact his 14-year career made in the UK.