MLC is proud to support Australian Tennis as both an Official Partner of the Australian Open in 2012 and the Official Sponsor of MLC Tennis Hot Shots.
Now in its 125th year, MLC continues to provide leading insurance, superannuation, private wealth and investment solutions to over 1.2 million Australians. At MLC, we proud of our longstanding commitment to deliver value in the communities in which we operate.
Through our partnership with Tennis Australia, we are proud to support the youngest stars of the game through the MLC Tennis Hot Shots program; a national tennis development program for children aged 10 years or younger.
Our commitment to MLC Tennis Hot Shots has seen us introduce the MLC Tennis Hot Shot of the Year competition, which is designed to excite and reward our young tennis enthusiasts across the country.
Optus supports Australian tennis. Tennis is a sport that strongly aligns with the Optus brand, and one that Optus now effectively owns in the telecommunications category.
Optus has the following properties within our tennis portfolio:
Medibank has been a strong supporter of Australian tennis for over eight years now, largely as a sponsor of the Sydney International and NSW Junior Tennis, and more recently as a sponsor of the Australian Open and the National Medibank Junior Development Series.
As a health fund of choice for over three and a half million members, Medibank is committed to investing in the health and wellbeing of the Australian community. Our partnership with Tennis Australia enables us to promote our core value of encouraging Australians to lead healthy and active lifestyles, through support of an activity which is healthy, social and accessible.
Medibank is proud to be able to support and assist up and coming Australian tennis talent and encourage positive living through our association with Tennis Australia.
Kia is the Major Sponsor of the Australian Open
Official Ball– Australian Open
Official Ball– Tennis Australia, Australian Pro Tour, Optus National Junior Championship, MLC Tennis Hot Shots, Talent Search Development Program.
Since its establishment in 1989, the ASC has earned a national and international reputation for its innovative, quality programs and for the delivery of these programs. The internationally renowned Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), a key component of the Commission, is a leading centre of excellence for the training and development of high performance athletes and coaches.
The ASC advocates that sport should be inclusive, safe and fair. Visit Play by the Rules to find out what the ASC is doing to promote these values.