Multiple grand-slam champion and former world No.1 tennis star Roger Federer has established a sports management business alongside his long-time agent Tony Godsick.
The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) has announced changes to its 2014 calendar placing emphasis on the Asian market, as well as enhancing its commitment to the grass court game for its 2015 schedule.
Swimwear brand Speedo has reached a three-year agreement to be a premier partner of the Duel in the Pool international swimming event.
Australian food distribution firm Menora Foods has reached an agreement to become the naming sponsor of the country’s Women’s National Basketball League.
German public-service broadcaster ZDF has agreed a three-year extension to its rights deal for the Champions League club competition with Uefa, European football’s governing body.
Barcelona’s mooted plans to build a new stadium have suffered a setback after the University of Barcelona dismissed suggestions that it could sell the required land to the Spanish Liga football club.
Fifa, football’s world governing body, is set to support the notion that investors can acquire players’ transfer rights in some cases, according to the Bloomberg news agency.
Digital sports media company Perform has said that its 2013 earnings will be “significantly” below expectations after advertising and sponsorship performance “deteriorated” during the fourth quarter.
ESPN has dropped its X Games events in Barcelona, Munich, Foz do Iguacu (Brazil) and Tignes (France) to concentrate on its events in the United States.
A total of 889,305 tickets were allocated to people from 188 countries during the random selection draw for the first phase of ticket sales for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Soft drink company Red Bull reportedly wants to further its sports investment with a stake in an English Premier League (EPL) club.
Spanish La Liga giant Real Madrid is reportedly hiding the scale of its debt that could be as high as €541 million, according to a Spanish economist.
Brazilian prosecutors are reportedly suing FIFA for the reimbursement of public funds spent on temporary infrastructure in host stadia for the 2014 World Cup.