Prince Brand Sees Significant Presence at Roland Garros
As the second week of the French Open gets underway today, we wanted to share some compelling news from the Prince brand. While perhaps best known as a leading racquet manufacturer that converted hundreds of thousands of players to its game-changing O3 racquet technology, Prince is excited to share that this year’s French Open marks the first time in the Company’s history that it has had a significant apparel and footwear presence at a Grand Slam event.
With the introduction of the Prince Aerotech apparel line earlier this season and the recent release of O Series footwear, players are recognizing, and taking advantage of, the quality and innovation Prince is bringing to all its product categories, across the board. The tournament at Roland Garros has seen an explosion when it comes to the number of players taking to the court in Prince footwear or wearing Prince apparel - even among those not currently playing with Prince racquets.
In fact, if you add all players (each time they are represented in the men’s and women’s draw, both singles and doubles) Prince had 28 players in its apparel or footwear!
Among those playing Prince apparel and footwear are:
- Albert Montanes
- Simon Greul
- Rik De Voest
- Vince Spadea
- Vania King
- Ai Sugiyama
- Klara Zakopalova
- Kveta Peschke
If you would like any additional information regarding either the new Prince Aerotech apparel line or O Series footwear, the Company’s recent overall growth, touring pro adoption, or initiatives in any of its product categories, or would like any additional player or product images, contact www.princesports.com
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