Tennis South Africa (TSA) has announced a new partnership with South Africa’s leading Hotel group, Tsogo Sun Hotels. The two-year agreement sees Tsogo Sun Hotels become the official hotel partner of TSA across its national teams and selected events.

The agreement commences with immediate effect and will see Tsogo Sun Hotels provide an integrated value proposition to TSA – including complimentary room nights, access to meeting facilities across the country, as well as preferential hotel rates for registered TSA members and coaches.

Richard Glover, CEO of TSA, welcomed the new partnership and believes it will deliver benefits to both the Federation and the wider tennis community.

“There is a significant amount of money spent annually on accommodation within our local tennis ecosystem, and this new partnership is aimed at delivering increased value within this space – for TSA, our members and our registered coaches. Tsogo Sun Hotels is one of the great South African brands, offering an unrivalled range of accommodation options and we are delighted to have concluded a mutually beneficial agreement,” Glover said.

“We look forward to hosting South Africa’s tennis stars at our properties.” – General Manager of Sport & Sponsorships, Karen Kruger.

Karen Kruger, General Manager of Sport & Sponsorships, at Tsogo Sun Hotels, says they are delighted to welcome TSA to the Tsogo Sun Hotels family.

“Virtually since the group’s inception 50 years ago we have been supporting sport in South Africa through long-term relationships with many SA sporting bodies. We are delighted to be associated with tennis for the first time, and we look forward to hosting South Africa’s tennis stars at our properties.”

Tsogo Sun Hotels’ brands range from budget-friendly to luxurious, and include Sun1, SunSquare, Garden Court, StayEasy, Southern Sun hotels, Southern Sun Resorts, and InterContinental, as well as the Palazzo at Montecasino, Sandton Sun, 54 on Bath, Beverly Hills, and others.

Tsogo Sun Hotels joins a growing roster of brands who have partnered with the national tennis federation in the past two years – including Growthpoint Properties, BNP Paribas, RCS, KIA Motors SA, Wiphold and Lotto Sport Italia.

 

Photo 1 Caption: TSA and Tsogo Sun Hotels have announced their two-year partnership that will include complimentary room nights, access to meeting facilities across the country, as well as preferential hotel rates for registered TSA members and coaches. Photo: Supplied

 

With editing by gsport