We're delighted to be supported by the leading tennis shoe provider, Mizuno.
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Mizuno are celebrated for their worldwide contribution to golf and closer to home for their support of UK rowing and netball. However Mizuno has a long tradition of excellence in the research and development of tennis shoes and the Japanese-based brand is fast re-invigorating its links with the sport.
As well as recently becoming the official Performance Footwear and Apparel Sponsor of the BB&T Atlanta Open (an ATP World Tour 250 tournament), top players Marcos Baghdatis and Ivo Karlovic are among the players who rely on these high-tech products.
Our partnership is centred on bringing the benefits of world-class footwear to the tennis we all play.
Rob Henderson, Mizuno’s Head of UK Sport said: “Local Tennis Leagues are doing a fantastic job of making the sport more accessible to players of all standards. In keeping with our brand philosophy of 'contributing to society through the advancement of sporting goods and the promotion of sports', we feel this is a great opportunity to support the sport but also showcase how our products can improve player performance and welfare.”
Over the coming months we will be announcing some exciting collaborations which will give you opportunities to benefit from these professional-class products.
A potted history!
Mizuno was founded in 1906 as Mizuno Brothers Ltd by Rihachi Mizuno and his younger brother Rizo, in Osaka. The shop sold western sundries, including baseballs, and then in 1907 began to sell made-to-order athletic wear.
Over 110 years later the brand is recognised and admired the world over for its innovative concepts for producing footwear, apparel and equipment across a huge range of sports. It’s this technical approach that has resulted in true sporting greats wearing the famous ‘Runbird’ – including Ivan Lendl, Ayrton Senna, Carl Lewis, Nick Faldo and the All Blacks rugby team.