ATP launch rebranding campaign as they aim to attract a new audience
ATP chiefs have unveiled what they are describing as ‘a significant brand-shift for the Tour’ with the launch of their This Is Tennis campaign.
The campaign promotes both players and tournaments with more dynamism, and a tone of voice that allows tennis to cut through with greater cultural relevance, particularly among the next generation of tennis fans.
With the versatility to support the global scale and narrative of the tennis season, the campaign highlights stand-out moments in a way that builds emotional connection and provides unique insights into the sport. The film which launches the campaign is a high octane and edgy edit that reflects the true energy, pace and drama of the ATP Tour – whilst also highlighting its iconic global destinations – and gives glimpses into the personalities of this star-driven sport.
Dan Ginger, SVP Marketing and Business Development for the ATP, explains: “Our intention is to showcase tennis as more than a sport. Yes, we have some of the world’s top athletes competing on Tour day-in, day-out, but it encompasses so much more than that – resilience, dedication, passion, spirit. Tennis is a non-stop lifestyle and a unique entertainment property.
“Pulling back the covers and bringing fans the fullest experience of our world has required us to get creative in our storytelling. Thankfully the foundations are already there. We have an incredible pool of young and super-talented athletes, with personality in abundance, and tournaments in some of the most iconic cities around the world, which together have the entertainment potential to truly transcend the sport.”
This is every surface. Every shot. Every emotion. Everywhere.
— ATP Tour (@atptour) December 9, 2020
The campaign launches digitally and will be used to frame the ATP’s social media content throughout its duration.
Additionally, the campaign will be made available and uniquely tailored to tournaments throughout the season, providing a consistent and clean look and feel across traditional forms of advertising and driving ticket sales at ATP tournaments, which attract close to five million fans onsite in a typical season.
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