PTPA signs deal with Hilton

February 1, 2024

The Professional Tennis Players Association (PTPA), the breakaway tennis union founded by Novak Djokovic and Vasek Pospisil, and its commercial arm Winners Alliance have signed an agreement with international hotel chain Hilton.

The global partnership will see Hilton become the Official Hotel and Lodging Partner of the PTPA and provide benefits and hospitality to all its members. Hilton will also collaborate with PTPA players to create exclusive on-tour content.

Ahmad Nassar, Executive Director, PTPA, commented:

This collaboration tackles our travel challenges, enabling players worldwide to spend less time worrying about accommodations and more time focusing on their game.Aligning with Hilton, known for crafting world-class experiences, underscores their investment in our players’ lives and livelihoods.

Mark Weinstein, Chief Marketing Officer, Hilton, added:

We are thrilled to announce our global partnership with the Professional Tennis Players Association (PTPA), further extending our Hilton hospitality to some of the world’s finest athletes with memorable stays at all of our 22 hotel brands. As we continue to build this alliance, we also look forward to creating exciting content with the world’s top tennis players and curating money-can’t-buy experiences and access for our Hilton Honors members. 

From offering holistic wellness experiences and dining options to empowering our guests with greater choice and control over their stay through the Hilton Honors app, at Hilton, we know the important role a Hilton stay has on making sure you can be your best – even when furthest away from home.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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