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Tennis Australia Continues Australian Open Insurance Partnership

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Tennis Australia Continues Australian Open Insurance Partnership

Tennis Australia has announced a partnership extension with casualty insurance company, Chubb, which will run for a further three tournaments until 2025.

The deal will see Chubb continue as the official insurance partner of the Australian Open, a role they’ve had since 2020.

It also include exclusive broker and client hospitality, on-court signage, an on-ground consumer activation, and sponsorship of the Australian Open’s digital daily highlights at the 2023 tournament.

Commenting on the partnership, Tennis Australia chief commercial officer, Cedric Cornelis, said: “We are delighted to extend our partnership with Chubb, a global leader in insurance.”

“Chubb has been a wonderful sponsor of the Australian Open since 2020 and we look forward to continuing our strong relationship.

“The company’s international growth and profile align perfectly with the Australian Open, being one of the world’s biggest sporting events,” Cornelis said.

Chubb regional president of Asia Pacific, Paul McNamee, added: “Chubb is excited to announce that we will be continuing as the Official Insurance Partner of the Australian Open through to 2025.”

“The Australian Open provides a significant platform to amplify Chubb as the world’s leading property and casualty insurer and reinforce our reputation for premium insurance solutions and claims handling across Asia Pacific.

“The extension of our partnership with Tennis Australia represents our commitment to elevating the customer experience for our brokers, clients and business partners, while building consumer  awareness of our brand and supporting our growth ambitions for this fast-growing region. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Tennis Australia,” he said.

The announcement comes after Tennis Australia extended its broadcast rights deal with 9Network until 2029.

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