Tata Motors will be supporting the Tata Open Maharashtra tennis tournament for the fourth consecutive year, from January 31 to February 6, 2022 at the Balewadi stadium, in Pune. Having said that, Tata Altroz on its second anniversary will be the lead car from Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles this year. The fourth edition of the tournament is all set to make a comeback after a one-year break, due to COVID-19 pandemic. Talking about the qualifying rounds, they are scheduled for January 30 and 31, while the main draws will take place on February 1.
“India has a great sporting culture and we, at Tata Motors, always believed in making our country a sporting powerhouse with the support we can offer. We are elated to be back for the fourth consecutive year as the title sponsor for Tata Open Maharashtra. We are celebrating the second anniversary of Tata Altroz, which has set the gold standard as India’s safest hatchback and we look to focus our engagements for it during the tournament. Tata Altroz, much like the athletes in this tournament, has won the hearts of millions of Indians and continues to delight everyone with its premium offerings. We are confident to drive tremendous value from this association and hope to share the joy of watching some great tennis as always through this tournament,” as commented by Rajan Amba, Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Customer Service, Passenger Vehicles, Tata Motors.
Furthermore, nine players from the top 100 are in the fray this year. Moving on, the draw will be headlined by World No.15, Russian Aslan Karatsev who was judged ATP’s Most Improved Player of the Year in 2021 and recently won the Sydney Tennis Classic title defeating Andy Murray.Besides that, Yuki Bhambri (singles), Rohan Bopanna and Ramkumar Ramanathan (doubles) have secured direct entry.
“The tournament has always attracted top players each year and boasts of a history of completing 25 years of World class tennis organized, played and followed in India by tennis fans. We are delighted that Tata Motors have extended their support for this tournament since it was shifted to Pune in 2018. The tournament and the Tata Group share a rich legacy and we are extremely grateful for their continued involvement and being part of this journey,” as commented by Prashant Sutar, Tournament Director of Tata Open Maharashtra.