Sports equipment manufacturer Wilson has extended its partnership with the Tennis Australia governing body, through which it serves as the official ball of the Australian Open grand slam tournament.Read on
Tennis Australia has appointed Ann West to the newly created executive position of head of integrity and compliance as part of a strategy by the national governing body to boost its efforts to combat corruption in the sport.Read on
Sportswear giant Nike has suspended its relationship with Maria Sharapova and watchmaker Tag Heuer has curtailed talks with the Russian tennis ace over an extension of their endorsement deal after she admitted yesterday (Monday) to having failed a doping test at the Australian Open in January.Read on
A former professional tennis player pleaded guilty to match fixing today (Monday) just hours after two bookmakers suspended betting on a mixed doubles match at the Australian Open grand slam tournament.Read on
Australian Open organisers have announced a further rise in prize money to a record A$40m (€26.2m/$32.5m) as the year’s first grand slam tournament seeks to address the fall in value of the Australian dollar.Read on
Indian media group Multi Screen Media has announced that its Liv Sports digital division has acquired mobile and internet rights for the 2015 edition of the Australian Open tennis grand slam tournament.
Australian government-owned organisation the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) is to become a partner of a new initiative that will take place at the 2015 Australian Open grand slam tennis tournament.Read on