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Delta Air to sponsor Nishikori

Delta Air Lines signed a two years sponsorship deal with Japanese tennis ace Kei Nishikori
Tennis Stories  18 Nov 2013 - 18:28 / by Muhammad Ali / reads 1668.
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Delta Air Lines signed a sponsorship deal with Japanese tennis ace Kei Nishikori

In a two years deal, 2013 Australian open quarterfinalist can fly to tournaments around the world in Delta’s premium class.

American air line will display its logo on his website and social media channels.

Nishikori was excited after the contract and told that it will be easy for him to travel now from one tournament to another.

"As a professional tennis player, arriving at tournaments around the world in a relaxed and comfortable way is very important for my performance,” said Nishikori, who started playing tennis at age 5, and at 14 was selected to train at the IMG Bollettieri Academy.

“I have been flying Delta for a long time and am very excited about this new partnership. Not only does Delta have the best routing in the US, but the flights to Japan are my number one choice when it comes to choosing flights. I am very proud to be an ambassador of the best airline in the world."
 




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