By SafetyCulture Team | May 10th, 2021 SafetyCulture goes on tour with tennis ace, Thanasi Kokkinakis SafetyCulture Archives | Reading Time: 2 minutes After his incredible win at the Adelaide International, and inspiring play at the Australian Open, we couldn’t be prouder of our sponsorship of rising Australian tennis star, Thanasi Kokkinakis. What does SafetyCulture have to do with tennis? A lot more than you might think. As one of the first large-scale events in a COVID-safe environment, The Australian Open sets the benchmark for sporting events in our new normal. SafetyCulture has been working with Tennis Australia as the official Workplace Operations Partner for the Australian Open, looking after the day-to-day operations on court. SafetyCulture’s technology has been expanded across the running of the AO – from training for ballkids, through to weather alerts and construction inspections. Read more: Serving up the best Australian Open yet Kokkinakis’ Sponsor We’ve been sponsoring local legend Thanasi Kokkinakis since February 2021. As Kokkinakis’ sponsor, we’ve swung into action to throw our support behind the tennis player – champion of the Adelaide International 2022 and Australian Open men’s double finalist. You may have seen a thing or two about it on the news or on Twitter! Wow…Brother we did it❤️ 🏆🗣 pic.twitter.com/R1SOCbGF0G— Thanasi Kokkinakis (@TKokkinakis) January 30, 2022 As we head into the third year of our partnership, Thanasi won’t just be wearing our kit — he’ll also be building out his team with a mindset coach and the continued support of a strength and conditioning specialist. “I’m really grateful for the continued support from the team at SafetyCulture and looking forward to seeing what I can achieve with a wider team helping me to be at my best,” he shares. “I’ve been pretty open about my mental health in the past and I’ve had a fair few brushes with physical injuries too. Having the opportunity to work with experts who help me work on both of these areas is a game-changer.” Kokkinakis’ Kmart shirt Did Kokkinakis get a clothing sponsor? What’s that logo on Kokkinaki’s shirt? For those who were wondering, we’ve got the answers! In the past month, our SafetyCulture logo hit his sleeve and we couldn’t be more stoked. Now we know what the K in Kmart stands for 😉 @TKokkinakis • #AusOpen • #AOStyle • #Rewind pic.twitter.com/KZYP9O6tx1— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 6, 2022 🌫🎾👀 @AdelaideTennis pic.twitter.com/9ZmvmCJkth— Thanasi Kokkinakis (@TKokkinakis) January 11, 2022 We couldn’t be more excited to see what’s in store for Kokkinakis with SafetyCulture in his court (and on his sleeve) – bring on in 2022! “I’m incredibly excited to have the ongoing support and partnership from SafetyCulture. I feel proud to have an Aussie brand in my corner backing me all the way. To have a brand that is also playing such an important role in helping sports and other live events get back up and running smoothly and safely is a perfect match.” — Thanasi Kokkinakis Moments that matter: Read our Q&A with Thanasi Kokkinakis Luke Anear, Founder and CEO of SafetyCulture says, “We’re excited to continue our sponsorship of Thanasi and are inspired to get behind such phenomenal young local talent. We want to support his continued success as tournaments get back up and running around the world.” We couldn’t be prouder of how far he’s come. Onward and upward! Like this article? Why not share it! Related Posts A message from SafetyCulture CEO Luke Anear SafetyCulture Connect: Strengthening Our Communities Wrapping up: SafetyCulture iAuditor for Windows 10 Launch SafetyCulture announces full availability to U.S. construction industry Bulk Exporting Now Available in SafetyCulture Important Notice The information contained in this article is general in nature and you should consider whether the information is appropriate to your specific needs. Legal and other matters referred to in this article are based on our interpretation of laws existing at the time and should not be relied on in place of professional advice. We are not responsible for the content of any site owned by a third party that may be linked to this article. SafetyCulture disclaims all liability (except for any liability which by law cannot be excluded) for any error, inaccuracy, or omission from the information contained in this article, any site linked to this article, and any loss or damage suffered by any person directly or indirectly through relying on this information.