ATP confirms new World Tour partner - 14 Jan 2013
The ATP has announced a new five-year partnership with tennis equipment manufacturer Tecnifibre, which will see the Paris-based brand become an Official Partner of the ATP World Tour. read more
The ATP and Rolex have announced a new multi-year partnership that will see the Swiss watch brand become the Official Timekeeper of the ATP World Tour. In addition, Rolex has extended its existing sponsorship of the season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals at The O2 in London. read more
SA Airways has terminated its five-year deal as the official ATP airline and title sponsor of the organisation's world rankings, and has already been replaced by Emirates. The news comes as a further blow to the already cash-strapped Tennis SA. read more
Football legend Pele has become an ambassador for consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble (P&G), after a deal was announced at a meeting with existing ambassador, world number two tennis player, Roger Federer, at the Brazilian’s home in São Paulo, Brazil. read more
SAP has confirmed a new three-year partnership with the Extreme Sailing Series. The software giant is already involved in the inshore 'stadium sailing' competition as a team sponsor, but will now become the official technical partner of the series. read more
Samsung Mobile South Africa has agreed a three-year sponsorship deal with cycling's Team MTN-Qhubeka. The 'multi-million rand' agreement will see the mobile electronics brand support the UCI Pro Continental cycling team financially and supply team members with its smartphone and tablet products. read more
Organisers have announced that the 28th edition of The Herald VW Cycle Tour, which takes place in Port Elizabeth and Addo from 1st to 3rd February, will feature brand-new initiatives and prizes. Title sponsor Volkswagen Group South Africa, who will be giving away a VW Polo 1.4 Trendline worth R170 000, has also committed itself to the event for … read more
Premium automotive brand, Infiniti, and Red Bull Racing, the three-time Formula One Constructors’ World Champions, have announced a comprehensive extension of their partnership originally established in March 2011. The partnership will involve the team name changing to Infiniti Red Bull Racing, with Infiniti also named as the major technica… read more
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