New sponsors and players have been announced for the Mallorca championships with only six weeks to go until the event.
The Mallorca Championships is the only ATP event on grass in Spain. Roberto Bautista Agut is the latest player to be confirmed for the event. The event will now return to more normal capacity, with 2500 spectators by the centre court and more than 40 VIP boxes.
Other players that will join the Mallorca Championships include Nick Kyrgios and Pablo Carreno Busta. More players will be announced as we near the tournament.
The countdown has started for the higlight of the year at the prestigious Mallorca Country Club (Santa Ponça, Calvià). The Championships commence on the 18th of June.
Ticket sales continue to have good momentum and full capacity is expected to be sold out in the coming weeks. For those who have not yet secured tickets, those can be purchased on the official website of the tournament (www.mallorca-championships.com). The event was attended by Tournament Director, Toni Nadal, who wanted to emphasize that “it is an event that is growing every day and I hope to celebrate this event with all the spectators who come to the Mallorca Country Club, we are a reference event on the island and we hope to see you all there“.
Among some of the companies participating in the tournament, today it has been announced the renewal of the contract with some multinationals such as Rakuten, Orange, Estrella Damm, Engel & Volkers, Fergus, Superfund Broil King or Fila. In addition, there is a new global agreement between e|motion group and ok mobility that not only renews its sponsorship with the Mallorca Championships but has announced that it has joined as sponsor of the ATP 250 tournament Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart.
Othman Ktiri expressed his delight at the agreement reached because “through this alliance, both entities demonstrate, once again, that the world of business and sport share a common denominator: values such as sacrifice, teamwork and the spirit of self-improvement. From OK Mobility we are proud to sponsor these two tournaments of international stature that elevate the sport to a higher level and, at the same time, attract quality tourism” concludes the founder of Ok Mobility.
For Edwin Weindorfer, CEO of e|motion group, such agreements “represent that the effort we are making is rewarded. We want to grow hand in hand with the best companies and their support is fundamental. We want to thank them for their support and we promise to continue working hard so that, despite being a young tournament, we continue to grow and become a top sport and lifestyle event on the road to Wimbledon “.