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What would have happened if Wimbledon was decided by Twitter followers?

What would have happened if Wimbledon was decided by Twitter followers?

The Sports Techie community blog has happily blogged about tennis sports technology and history because we love any sport that can be influenced by tech for the better. So consider the following question. Who would win the biggest tennis tournament if matches between the best 32 players were decided by twitter followers? The social media powered Infographic below helps to understand some key trends happening in the tennis worldwide, especially on the female side and with the next generation of Millennial players supported by Nationalistic fans who are on social media networks via mobile devices and other tech.

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It is an easy answer for the men’...

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World Cup Social Buzz Data From Adobe

Adobe Digital Index released social media data and insights around pre-World Cup buzz and sentiment across Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Disqus, among others

Adobe Digital Index released social media data and insights around pre-World Cup buzz and sentiment across Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Disqus, among others

World Cup Social Buzz Data From Adobe

Adobe Digital Index released social media data and insights around pre-World Cup buzz and sentiment across Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Disqus, among others. The proprietary global report and graphics looked at 69+ million social mentions in 230 countries and territories around the world to identify conversation trends across regions, teams and players compiled by Joe Martin, Adobe manager and analyst, at ADI. The Sports Techie community blog spoke to Joe about their 2014 FIFA World Cup Big Data numbers and analysis.

World Cup is the most social sporting event in history

World Cup is the m...

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