Just looked at the guide on TenHD and i get a message...ONE HD coming soon
Anyone know the launch date??
Found this on a website of all the sport it will show
Looks like NBA .....3 times a week.....thats awesome!!
Some of the sports highlights that viewers can expect to enjoy on ONE include:
AFL the 2009 NAB Cup, home and away season, and finals including the Grand Final returning to the
network in 2009
Netball ANZ Championship Competition and all Test matches featuring the Australian Netball
Diamonds, exclusively for the next five years
Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games
Cricket Indian Premier League Cricket, the world's premier annual Twenty20 cricket competition
Formula 1 every round of the F1 World Championship
Moto GP extensive coverage of every round of the World Championship
NASCAR live coverage of the Daytona 500 and other major Sprint Cup races, live coverage of the
Nationwide Series, as well as Sprint Cup qualifying
Australian Rally Championship exclusive coverage of every round
National Football League (NFL) three games per week live, including the flagship Sunday and
Monday night games, as well as live coverage of play-offs and the Super Bowl
Major League Baseball (MLB) five games per week live, including prime time coverage of play-offs and World Series National Basketball Association (NBA) three games per week live
Golf US Masters, US Open, World Golf Championships including the Accenture MatchPlay
Championship, the CA Championship, the Bridgestone Invitational and the World Cup, Australian PGA,
Ladies Masters, 2010 Ryder Cup, and 15 additional international and domestic events including the Johnnie Walker Classic, and the Asian tour's flagship event the Singapore Open and the tour's seasonending Volvo Masters of Asia.
U.S. College sports American football and basketball
Tennis ATP and WTA tennis, details to be confirmed, approximately 11 tournaments during 2009.
Swimming Network Ten is delighted to announce that, from 2009, it is the exclusive broadcaster for
Swimming Australia. This includes coverage of the Australian Swimming Championships, Pan Pacific
Championships, Australian Short Course Championships, FINA World Short Course, Swimmer of the
Year a minimum 109 hours per year for the next eight years.