OK Mobility, official mobility supplier of the ATP Mallorca Championships
Jun 21, 2021
Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, Dominic Thiem, Casper Ruud, Nick Kyrgios, Karen Khachanov and Spaniards Feliciano López, Pablo Carreño and Pablo Andújar head the list of players who will play in this event, the prelude to Wimbledon
OK Mobility becomes the officialmobility supplier of the new ATP 250 Mallorca Championships tournament that takes place from 19 to 26 June at the Mallorca Country Club in Santa Ponsa (Calvià). The global mobility company will cover all the official trips of this international tournament, making its fleet of vehicles available to players and organisation while the event takes place.
With the celebration of the Mallorca Championships, an ATP tournament returns to the island after 19 years bringing together the best tennis players in the world; the likes of Novak Djokovic, current No. 1 in the ATP World Ranking, Daniil Medvedev, No. 2, Dominic Thiem, No. 5 in the ranking, Casper Ruud, No. 16, Karen Khachanov, No. 25 and winner of four ATP titles, or Nick Kyrgios, No. 58 and holder of six ATP titles. Spaniards Feliciano López, Pablo Carreño and Pablo Andújar are also participating.
The organisation has wanted to highlight the role of young talents and some of the most outstanding Next Gen of the tennis scene, such as Ugo Humbert, Miomir Kecmanović, Lloyd Harris, or the Mallorcan Jaume Munar will also be present. Young tennis player Marc Ktiri, Ambassador of OK Mobility and within the ITF Junior Tour top 100 will also participate in the tournament previews.
The CEO of OK Mobility, Othman Ktiri, has highlighted the company’s commitment and unconditional support towards this sporting event. “We are proud to be part of this tournament that will place Mallorca in the focus of international attention, not only at a sports level, but also in terms of the tourism promotion of our island“, adds Ktiri.
Toni Nadal, Director of the Mallorca Championships and Ambassador of OK Mobility is pleased with the mobility company’s support for the event. “For a Mallorcan company with international projection such as OK to show once more its commitment to sports and the values that characterise both, makes me feel even more proud to be part of the OK Team family“.
For his part, Edwin Weindorfer, CEO of e|motion group, the company organising the event, says that “for the e|motion group it is great news to be supported year after year by a large company from the Balearic Islands such as OK Mobility.Our commitment to sustainable mobility is a shared goal between both companies, and we will work in this direction in the coming years.”
The ATP 250 event will serve as a prelude for tennis players to get ready ahead of the Wimbledon tournament, the most prestigious in the world and the third Grand Slam of the season. The matches will be played on natural grass courts before 1,500 spectators in the stands. The singles and doubles draws will be made up of 28 and 16 doubles pairs, respectively, who will play matches at night with artificial light, something never seen in an event on grass.
OK Mobility collaborates again with e|motion group, organiser of some of the most important events of European tennis, which returns to the island after the celebration of the last Mallorca Open in 2019, a tournament of the WTA women’s tennis circuit that brought together some of the best players in the world such as Angelique Kerber, Garbiñe Muguruza, Maria Sharapova or Victoria Azarenka, and which OK Mobility also supported as an official mobility supplier.