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SBD Article Published December 16, 2014 by Daniel Kaplan
The ATP’s top nine events are threatening to sue the tour... In a strongly worded letter last Monday to ATP Exec Chair & President Chris Kermode, the nine to... ...to the unsustainable demands being sought by the ATP Board player representatives. If ATP management [i. ...he Events without a single vote in favor from the ATP Board tournament representatives, then the Events...
SBD Article Published December 02, 2014
2M, "bringing it nearly to the same level as the ATP," despite having $30M less in revenue." At the ATP, "compensation stayed flat." ATP CEO Brad Drewett died in '13, and the tax return... shows the ATP "paid him $447,657." ATP Commercial Dir and ATP Europe CEO Laurent Delanney, who earned $684,028,...
SBD Article Published November 26, 2014 by Daniel Kaplan
Monday is the deadline ATP tournaments and players set to resolve a year-lon... ATP Player Council President Eric Butorac earlier thi... ATP Exec Chair & President Chris Kermode confirmed Mo...
SBD Article Published November 19, 2014
Fans who attended the ATP World Tour Finals at O2 Arena will receive a 60%...
SBD Article Published November 14, 2014
The ATP Tour plans to "exercise a one-year option in its... existing contract" to keep the ATP World Tour Finals at London's O2 Arena through at... The ATP wants a long-term deal, and the "door remains ope...
SBD Article Published October 30, 2014
...rek said ticket prices for the recently rebranded ATP event will be reduced by 15-20% "across the board...
SBD Article Published October 10, 2014
ATP Exec Chair & President Chris Kermode on Wednesday... Players have "complained for years that the ATP and WTA seasons are too lengthy and the tours hav... ...come as no surprise that he wants to lock in the ATP calendar for the next four years to give events t... Nguyen noted ATP Int'l Group Exec VP Alison Lee has "spearheaded t... he ATP's continued growth in the Asia-Pacific region. They're not members of the ATP.
SBD Article Published September 30, 2014 by Daniel Kaplan
...rday ordered discovery into how an eight-year-old ATP Tour bylaw that requires members to pay legal fee... The ATP’s Hamburg stop in '07 sued the ATP because the circuit demoted the event. ...Sleet asked a state court of Delaware (where the ATP is incorporated) if the bylaw was permissible. The ATP had asked the federal court to award legal fees b...
SBD Article Published September 19, 2014
Former BNP Paribas Open Owner Charlie Pasarell "doesn't anticipate" that tournament Owner Larry Ellison's resignation as Oracle CEO will "have any impact" on the tennis event, according to a front-page piece by Leighton Ginn of the Palm Springs DESERT SUN. Pasarell: "It will have zero effect. He loves that tennis tournament. He loves what's happening there, he loves tennis. I would think he would continue with the same amount of energy and support he's provided to make that tournament the bes...
SBD Article Published September 02, 2014
...was elected last week to succeed Roger Federer as ATP Player Council President, and the 33-year-old dou... " Butorac said, "Within the ATP Tour they’ve been incredibly successful, but ther... ..."There was a time, the last four years, when the ATP was stronger than the WTA. ...’s also times when the WTA was maybe equal to the ATP.
SBD Article Published August 25, 2014
In N.Y., Ravi Ubha writes Tomas Berdych is "the only tennis player sponsored by the Swedish clothing retailer H&M," and eyes are "sure to dwell" on his chatter-generating wardrobe at this week's U.S. Open. But when asked about what he will be wearing, Berdych "was not giving everything away." He said, "The main colors are going to be gray, white and orange." H&M and Uniqlo "appear to be making inroads" in the tennis sector, which is "traditionally dominated" by Nike and adidas. H&M as part of...
SBD Article Published August 19, 2014
Muting tennis spectators "has been one of the most revered rules in sports, but many top players say they would be ready for a new sound," according to Ben Rothenberg of the N.Y. TIMES. Novak Djokovic "recognizes the assets other sports have for fan engagement." He said, "When I’m watching other sports I see, for example, in NBA, how it works, and how entertaining it is for the crowd to see big screens and always something happening in the timeouts when they’re not playing." Andy Murray added...