The Wheelchair Tennis Tour, World Team Cup and development work with juniors and beginners could not take place without the support of our sponsors, who provide an enormous amount of expertise and financial backing to help the growth of wheelchair tennis.
ITF Wheelchair Tennis offers a great opportunity for companies and organisations to access the global community on multiple levels and provides a medium through which they can show their corporate social responsibility.
By following the links below you can find out more about each sponsor and the work they are involved in supporting:
UNIQLO is a brand of Fast Retailing Co., Ltd., a leading global Japanese retail holding company that designs, manufactures and sells men’s, women’s and kids’ apparel. UNIQLO became title sponsor of the Wheelchair Tennis Tour and the Wheelchair Doubles Masters event, and an international sponsor of the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters in 2014. In 2017 UNIQLO extended its sponsorship agreement with the ITF through 2021 and also became an official partner of the BNP Paribas World Team Cup and title sponsor of the Wheelchair Tennis Rankings.
NEC are a Japanese information technology company providing network solutions to businesses, communications services providers and governments. NEC were the title sponsor of the ITF Wheelchair Tennis Tour from its inception in 1992 through to the end of 2013. NEC remains an Official Partner of the Tour and the title sponsor of the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters, the year-end championship for the world's top singles players.
BNP Paribas are a European leader in global banking and financial services, present across Europe through business lines with four domestic retail banking markets in France, Italy, Belgium and Luxembourg. BNP Paribas are title sponsor of the World Team Cup.
The Johan Cruyff Foundation work with both able-bodied and disabled young people getting them involved in sport at a young age. The Foundation are sponsors of the ITF Wheelchair Tennis Development Fund, which works with both children and adults with a disability to provide opportunity to play wheelchair tennis.