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The sponsorships of the four tennis Grand Slams – plus the ATP and WTA Tours – had a combined contract value of approximately $367m in 2020.

Part of Australian Open major partner Kia’s multi-faceted ‘Feel the Open’ activation in 2020 was an influencer-led, premium Drive Day experience promoting the new Seltos model to young adults.

Stella Artois activated its rights as official beer of the 2020 Australian Open with creative in which a team of artists produced works linked to each day’s action.

Australia's four biggest rights-holders – the AFL, NRL, Cricket Australia and Rugby Australia – will generate approximately A$188.5 (€111.5m/$122.9m) in central sponsorship revenue in 2020, across a total of 115 deals.

For its 2018 and 2019 Australian Open activations, ANZ sought to burnish its corporate reputation by replacing Novak Djokovic with wheelchair champion Dylan Alcott as the face of ANZ tennis.

The Australian Open grand slam tennis tournament has agreed a sponsorship deal with skincare products manufacturer La Roche-Posay

Cosmetics brand Garnier has rekindled its association with the Australian Open by agreeing to partner with the 2019 edition of the tennis grand slam

Tennis Australia’s chief revenue officer Richard Heaselgrave has revealed that the new partnership with Chinese drinks brand Luzhou Laojiao is “definitely within the ballpark” of the sum paid by major…

The Australian Open Grand Slam tennis tournament has landed the largest Chinese sponsorship deal in the event's history by signing a long-term partnership deal with leading Chinese spirits brand Luzhou…

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Uber Eats set out to grab the attention of the Australian Open audience with post-ad break spots that replicated the event so effectively that viewers thought they had returned to the tennis broadcast.

Korean car group Kia Motors has extended its partnership with the Australian Open for a further five years, from 2019 to 2023.

Tennis Australia, the country’s governing body for the sport and organiser of the Australian Open Grand Slam tournament, has increased its sponsorship revenue by 113 per cent over the past four years as it turns its eyes to Asia for future growth.

Since the New Year, the Australian Stock Exchange-listed ANZ Banking Group has bolstered its portfolio of sponsorships in Australasia and Asia by extending sponsorship’s of the Australian Open tennis championship and ANZ Championship netball competition.

TENNIS AUSTRALIA, the organiser and commercial rights-holder of the Australian Open grand slam tennis tournament, is trying to drive sponsorship revenues by carving up its global sponsorship rights into…