OK Mobility will be the official mobility provider for ATP 250 tennis tournaments Weissenhof in Stuttgart and the Mallorca Championships which will be held from 4 - 12 June in the Weissenhof Tennis Club (Stuttgart) and from 18 - 25 June in the Mallorca Country Club of Santa Ponça (Majorca), respectively. The global mobility company will therefore provide transport for the players and tournament organizers, offering them our fleet of vehicles for the duration of both tournaments.
In a ceremony held this morning at OK’s headquarters in Palma, e|motion group, the organising company, officially introduced OK as mobility provider to the relevant institutions and the media, highlighting the new characteristics of these two European tournaments. Attendees included OK Mobility’s CEO, Othman Ktiri, the CEO of e|motion group, Edwin Weindorfer and the Manager of the ATP 250 Mallorca Championships tournament and OK Mobility Ambassador, Toni Nadal.
EdwinWeindorfer wanted to highlight “at e|motion group we are very proud to partner globally with OK Mobility not only in Mallorca but also to grow our collaboration and become a sponsor of the ATP 250 Weissenhof tournament in Stuttgart. Our events seek to partner with the best brands and this agreement confirms that we are working in the right direction”.
During this ceremony, Toni Nadal affirmed that “following the success of the first edition of the ATP Mallorca Championships held in 2021, also supported by OK, e|motion group and OK Mobility and bringing sport and mobility together again. Seeing OK’s commitment to sport and the values they represent first-hand makes me more and more proud to be part of the family, the OK Team”.
In turn, OK Mobility’s CEO, Othman Ktiri, highlighted the company’s unconditional support to these international tournaments. “This year, OK Mobility’s commitment to sport is taking a qualitative leap. Not only are we present once again in the Mallorca Championships, which allows us to participate in an event which turns our island into a focal point of international sporting interest which boosts tourism promotion and attracts quality tourism, but also, as a new feature, we will be there inWeissenhof in Stuttgart. A collaboration which is completely in line with expansion and internationalization that we have been working on in our company via our OK on the Road Plan”.
“By joining forces, we show once again that business and sport share the same common denominator: values. Sacrifice, teamwork, overcoming challenges. Without these values, the results would not be the same” added Ktiri.
The ATP tournament in Stuttgart, where top figures in global tennis such as Rafael Nadal (2015), Dominic Thiem (2016), Roger Federer (2018) and Marin Cilic (2021) have taken part in previous editions, will welcome the great Andy Murray this year, winner of three Grand Slams, and Nick Kyrgios, former number 13 seed and winner of six ATP titles, among others. 55,000 spectators are expected to attend the event.
Ahead of the Mallorca Championships, the ATP 250 category event which acts as a prelude to Wimbledon has already confirmed players Pablo Carreño, recent medalist at the Tokyo Olympics and Nick Kyrgios, Australian Open doubles champion. And, as a novelty, the organization has confirmed the Spanish Roberto Bautista, champion of ten ATP titles. The tournament, which will be played on natural grass courts, will have a capacity of 2,500 spectators a day in the stands.