Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Seven will miss Hewitt

Seven simply streeted the opposition last night in metro and regional markets, thanks to Lleyton Hewitt's efforts. But they will miss him as the Australian Open continues.

Glenn Dyer — <em>Crikey</em> business and media commentator

Glenn Dyer

Crikey business and media commentator

The Glenn Dyer breakdown: Lleyton Hewitt was valiant in losing his match last night, and while Seven bosses will cheer his valour, they will miss the ratings impact in the next two weeks of his performance on centre court in Melbourne.

Seven simply streeted the opposition last night in metro and regional markets, thanks to Hewitt’s efforts. Seven’s big win more than regained the lead Nine had built up on Sunday night with the Australia-Sri Lanka one-day cricket match. Ten was again weak (except in Brisbane) with the ABC doing better elsewhere (and especially in Sydney) and in regional markets.

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