Wilson is the Official Ball of the Davis Cup
[CHICAGO] — Wilson Sporting Goods Co. is pleased to announce the extension of their partnership as the Official Ball of the Davis Cup match between United States and Spain. The matches will be taking place in Austin, Texas this week. Wilson Racquet Sports continues their partnership as the Official Ball of the Davis Cup for almost a decade.
In addition to continuing the partnership as Official Ball of the Davis Cup, Wilson will also be supporting two of the top male players on the roster. Mardy Fish, #1 American male player on tour, will be using his Six.One 95 BLX tennis racquet as he takes on Spain. Mardy had an exceptional run recently at Wimbledon making it to the quarterfinals. Another long time Wilson player and Wimbledon quarterfinalist, Feliciano Lopez from Spain, will be using his Pro Open racquet during this week’s matches.
A long time partner of Wilson Racquet Sports, Tennis Express will be the Official Retailer of the Davis Cup and will have an onsite presence during the matches. Tennis Express is a full service Tennis Specialty retailer based in Houston, Texas. They were recently named Retailer of the Year by the Tennis Industry in RSI Magazine (pro/specialty category). Their goal is to inspire and nurture your inner champion — by delivering the best consumer experience and providing innovative game improvement gear.
As the #1 brand in tennis, Wilson has a long standing partnership as the official ball for the Davis Cup, as well as the US Open, Australian Open, Fed Cup, the WTA Tour and over 50 ATP and WTA events. Wilson tennis balls are used in more professional tournaments (ATP and WTA Tour) than any other ball. Wilson tennis balls are globally recognized and trusted for great performance and superior quality.
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