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FedEx Express continues to deliver ATP World Tour

February 28, 2020

— Renewed sponsorship introduces the FedEx ATP Rankings —

AMSTERDAM, Feb. 27, 2020 – FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) and the world’s largest express transportation company, today announces its sponsorship renewal of the ATP World Tour.

While continuing to benefit from global promotional rights, together with an on-site presence at tournaments throughout the season, FedEx also becomes the new title sponsor of the ATP Rankings to echo the premium nature of this sponsorship, which now includes 13 tournaments across the world.

“The ATP World Tour perfectly reflects what FedEx stands for: a global footprint, speed, excitement and precision,” says Wouter Roels, SVP Marketing International, FedEx Express. “Since we started our journey as Official Sponsor of the ATP World Tour in 2010, we have enjoyed many memorable moments of passion, persistence on court and possibilities for players to inspire and connect with fans. Through our presence at the largest tournaments of the Tour, we will continue to engage with millions of fans all over the world through mainstream and digital media.”

Massimo Calvelli, ATP CEO, said: “The outlook for men’s professional tennis is looking very bright and we are delighted to announce the extension of the Tour’s partnership with FedEx as a part of that. In addition to various tournament partnerships, the ATP Rankings will provide FedEx with an unparalleled association with an asset that links the whole Tour, and we look forward to a continued successful partnership over the next four years.”

FedEx continues to team up with some of the world’s greatest competitions and builds on its extensive history of sports sponsorships around the world.
Note to editors
List of tournaments covered by this sponsorship:

  • Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
  • Dubai (U.A.E.)
  • Miami (U.S.A.)
  • Madrid (Spain)
  • Rome (Italy)
  • London (U.K.)
  • Halle (Germany)
  • Hamburg (Germany)
  • Toronto (Canada)
  • Tokyo (Japan)
  • Shanghai (China)
  • Paris (France)
  • World Tour Finals London (U.K.) – moving to Turin (Italy) in 2021