Tag: FFT

French Open-Infosys court fans tech tennis way

New AI powered experiences during French Open

Infosys, a global leader in the next-generation digital services and consulting, and the French Tennis Federation (FFT) revealed on May 30th new innovations that will continue their partnership to transform and power the game in a novel, smarter more immersive ways. ‘Infosys’ stated that the... » Read more

Sports hospitality aces to power French Open

Sodexo Live partners with French Tennis Federation

The public relations firm Factory Sport & Entertainment, the Quarterback Group and Sodexo Live! – the former as lead agency of their ad hoc alliance – have been selected by the French Tennis Federation (FFT) as its exclusive marketing partners for Roland-Garros and the Rolex Paris... » Read more

COVID continues to haunt French Open

French Open update Sept. 29, 2020

The French Open truly seems to have been caught in the COVID-19 crosshairs! With coronavirus rearing its ugly head back in France, the French Tennis Federation (FFT) has been dealt another blow to its fan attendance plans for this year’s French Open following Prime Minister Jean Castex stressing... » Read more

French Open caught in COVID crosshairs!

French Open update Sept. 2020

With coronavirus cases rising drastically in Europe and the World Health Organization (WHO) warning of a “very serious situation” unfolding in the continent, the French Tennis Federation (FFT) has again been forced to revise its fan attendance ambitions for the rescheduled 2020 French Open... » Read more

French Open onlookers’ limit set at 11,500

French Open update September 2020

Taking into view the COVID-19 situation, attendance at this year’s French Open has been capped at 11,500 per day as more details centering the holding of the Grand Slam tennis tournament were announced recently. The French Open, also called Roland-Garros, is a major tennis tournament held over... » Read more

Rains no longer to play spoilsport during French Open

Roland Garros february 2020 update

The French Tennis Association (FFT) has set an exemplar of kind recently by setting up the last section of the sliding roof over the Philippe-Chatrier court two months before the scheduled date. The huge project to transform the legendary court was concluded on February 5 this year. The... » Read more

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