Friday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: Badminton, tennis and more

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Friday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: Badminton, tennis and more

Badminton: The BBC has agreed a deal with the Badminton World Federation (BWF) for the the live UK broadcast rights to the BWF World Championships, which is taking place in Scotland from 21st to 27th August. The publicly funded broadcaster will carry live coverage throughout the tournament from two of the courts at Glasgow's Emirates Arena, and will air a one-hour TV highlights programme after the finals.

Tennis: TVE has secured the Spanish broadcast rights to the Tie Break Tens, a short-form men's and women's tennis event taking place at Madrid's Caja Magica in May.

Skiing: American free-skier Devin Logan has agreed a personal endorsement deal with sports nutrition brand Usana Health Sciences. The 24-year-old, a silver medallist in slopestyle at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games, will use Usana products and lend her image to the company's campaigns.

Cycling: The Tour of Alberta has secured a multi-year sponsorship deal with ATB Financial. The partnership will begin in time for the 2017 edition of the four-stage Canadian road cycling race, which is part of the International Cycling Union's (UCI) America Tour and will take place from 1st to 4th September.

Soccer: Mediapro's Bolivian subsidiary, wTVision, has been awarded the production contract for all soccer matches from Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviana (LFPB). The deal, agreed with rights owner The Gamne, also includes fixtures played by Bolivia's men's national team, as well as the under-20 and under-17 sides.

Sailing: World Sailing has awarded the 2017 edition of the Youth Sailing World Championships to the Chinese port of Sanya. Over 400 sailors from more than 60 nations are expected to compete in the waters off Hainan Island from 9th to 16th December.

eSports: Peak Antifreeze has agreed a three-year renewal of its title sponsorship of Nascar's online racing championship, the Nascar Peak Antifreeze Series powered by iRacing. The partnership dates back to 2014.