Sports Sponsorship Insider has undertaken research into 57 properties and 417 different brands across elite tennis.
Global technology company IBM has extended its US Open sponsorship for five years, from 2017 to 2021, in a deal comprising cash, value in kind and minimum advertising commitments.
Swiss watchmaker Rolex has built a long-term marketing strategy around key sports and events in equestrianism, golf, motorsport, tennis and sailing.
Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex has taken over the title rights to the Paris Masters men’s tennis tournament from French bank BNP Paribas in a change of roles for two of the biggest sponsors in French tennis.
FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corporation, the world’s largest logistics company, has renewed as a Platinum Partner of the ATP World Tour for three years, from 2017 to 2019.
Financial services company BNP Paribas has extended its Main Partner sponsorship of tennis’s French Open until 2021 for an increase but at a value below the French Tennis Federation’s (FFT) asking price.
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.
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The ATP Tour, the men's professional tennis circuit, is actively marketing the title sponsorship rights for the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals after 2016.
Sun care company Nestlé Skin Health is the latest sponsor to join an ATP World Tour portfolio that has undergone serious upheaval in the past six months.
Sports sponsorship provides enterprise application software company SAP with an important platform to showcase its technology and services to companies of all sizes and industries.
For the past four editions of the French Open at Roland-Garros, primary sponsors Dongfeng Peugeot (Peugeot’s partner in China), watchmaker Longines and lifestyle brand Lacoste helped create 'Roland-Garros in the City'.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) has been a supporter of tennis in Asia-Pacific for almost a decade. As a sponsor of the Australia Open and Shanghai Rolex Masters, the brand wanted to step up and become the most recognised tennis sponsor in the region.