Women's Tennis Association (WTA)
Gaming company FanDuel has signed a multi-year extension to its agreement with the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA).
Tennis sponsorships across the four Grand Slams and the ATP and WTA Tours reached a combined value of approximately $378m (€374.9m) in 2022, up a sizeable 12 per cent from the 2021 total of $338m and a strong indicator of the commercial recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic over the previous two years.
The Auckland Open will return to the international tennis calendar next year for the first time since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, Tennis Auckland and Tennis New Zealand announced today (Tuesday)
Workplace mental health platform Modern Health has joined the Women’s Tennis Association’s sponsorship portfolio as the organisation’s official mental health partner. A
The Women's Tennis Association has ended its long-running search for a global title sponsor, agreeing a multi-year deal with women's health-focused medical technology company Hologic
Western & Southern Financial Group has extended its long-standing title sponsorship of the top-tier men’s and women’s professional tennis tournament in Cincinnati for another three years, from 2022 to …
Women's tennis pact adds to growing set of partnerships for company
American multinational financial services company Citigroup is continuing its title sponsorship of the Association of Tennis Professionals Tour’s Citi Open through 2023.
US financial services company Credit One Bank has become the title sponsor of the Women's Tennis Association tournament in Charleston, South Carolina, as well as the newly-renovated stadium at LTP Daniel …
Round-Up: Wuhan targets “hugely symbolic” Open, IOA reviews Li Ning deal, LaLiga international viewing jumps, and more
Organisers of this year's Wuhan Open WTA Tour event, pencilled for October 19 to 25, told Agence France Presse that it will be "hugely symbolic" in terms of the city's fight against Covid-19 should it…