ITF, Tennium Partner for 2023 Davis Cup Finals
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has announced that it has appointed leading tennis agency Tennium as its event delivery partner for the 2023 Davis Cup Finals.
Tennium will support the ITF’s Davis Cup Finals team with all aspects of event operations and delivery for the 2023 edition’s events in Spain.
Tennium were appointed following a competitive tendering process and will begin supporting the ITF immediately, with particular focus on delivery of the Group Stage in Valencia (12-17 September) and the Final 8 knockout stage in Malaga (21-26 November). The ITF is also working with Tennium on the delivery of the Hopman Cup in Nice (19-23 July).
Tennium is an international sports agency based in Barcelona with a strong track record of delivering elite level tennis events at ATP500 and 250 tournaments including the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell, the Argentina Open, The European Open and the Hamburg European Open (from 2024) as well as WTA events including the Valencia Open.
ITF’s president, David Haggerty said he is delighted to welcome Tennium on board to support us in the delivery of this year’s Davis Cup Finals and they share our ambitious vision for the competition.
“It was important for the ITF that we had in place an experienced and professional team on the ground and Tennium, with their impressive record in delivering world class tennis events in Spain and across the world, are the perfect partner for us and the cities of Malaga and Valencia,” said Tennium.
Also commenting on the partnership, CEO and founder of Tennium, Kristoff Puelinckx, said it is a great honour that the ITF entrusts us to help them organize this edition of the Davis Cup.
“We are very pleased to be able to bring our expertise and knowledge in delivering world-class tennis to Malaga and Valencia. Our aim is to support ITF at every level for this historical and competitive event which is the World Cup of Tennis,” said Puelinckx.
The draw for the 2023 Davis Cup Finals Group Stage was made on Wednesday 29 March in Malaga.
The announcement comes after Sportradar and ITF announced a three-year extension of their partnership.