3
0
0

Wuhan Open Continues Taking Shape

The Wuhan Open website and marketing strategy was announced at a press conference in Wuhan recently, getting the ball rolling for the new Premier-level event that begins next year.

Published October 25, 2013 12:11

Wuhan Open Continues Taking Shape
Wuhan Open

WUHAN, China - The Wuhan Open website and marketing strategy was announced at a press conference in Wuhan recently, getting the ball rolling for the new Premier event that begins next year.

The website - www.wuhanopen.org - was launched, featuring everything a tournament website would have, and more to come. The marketing plan was also laid out, including five levels of sponsorship - one title sponsor, two diamonds, three platinum, five official sponsors and 10 official suppliers.

Wuhan Deputy Mayor Liu Yingzi, Wuhan Deputy Secretary-General Zhou Yuan, Provincial Sports Bureau Assistant Commissioner Zhang Jin, WTA Asia-Pacific Managing Director Peter Johnston, Octagon Tennis District Director Jorge Salkeld and China Open Director Zhang Junhui were there.

The Wuhan Open will take place at the Wuhan Optical Valley Tennis Centre, with at least seven of the world's Top 10 players competing during the week for a share of a prize purse of $2.4 million.

Wuhan Open

Wuhan Open

Topics: 2013, news
Share this page!

Related news

  • Insider Notebook: Venus On Equality

    June 30, 2016
    WTA Insider Courtney Nguyen | Familiar names began to fall as the sun came out, but Venus remained in orbit on an up and down Thursday at Wimbledon.
  • Cepelova Charges To Muguruza Upset

    June 30, 2016
    Qualifier Jana Cepelova pulled off a stunning upset for the second straight year at the All England Club, ousting French Open champ and No.2 seed Garbiñe Muguruza in straight sets.
  • Radwanska Escapes Konjuh Upset

    June 30, 2016
    No.3 seed Agnieszka Radwanska had to dig deep to save three match points and narrowly dodge an upset bid from 18-year-old Ana Konjuh, 6-2, 4-6, 9-7.
To The Top
3