The Gonet Geneva Open, the only tournament organized in French-speaking Switzerland, and FlowBank are pleased to announce a partnership for the next three editions of the tournament. Geneva-based, FlowBank will sponsor the 2024, 2025 & 2026 editions, with its logo visible on the players' benches.
“With FlowBank, we are further strengthening the tournament's ties with Geneva's economic fabric, enthuses Gonet Geneva Open Director Thierry Grin. As FlowBank's commitment to tennis continues to grow, this partnership is a natural fit."
Founded in 2020, FlowBank is a digital bank offering anytime, online access to the financial markets, using intuitive technology and with the best pricing conditions in Switzerland. FlowBank opened an office in Zurich in 2021 to continue its expansion in Switzerland, and will continue its growth with the opening of a representative office in Dubai by the end of 2023. Through its partnership with Swiss Tennis and the presence of Severin Lüthi as one of its brand ambassadors, FlowBank has already demonstrated its interest in tennis. The partnership with the Gonet Geneva Open will reinforce this.
"I'm delighted with our partnership with the Gonet Geneva Open, which I see growing as one of Switzerland's must-attend tennis events. Geneva should be delighted to welcome the world's greatest players every year," comments Charles-Henri Sabet, founder and CEO of FlowBank.
Reigning Olympic Champion Alexander Zverev and Holger Rune were the two tennis players who took part in this year's FlowBank Championship, a unique online trading competition reserved for top-level professional athletes. This initiative, which will be repeated in the spring of 2024, with an already very promising field, underlines FlowBank's commitment to strengthening access, information and education in the financial markets.
The Gonet Geneva Open will be held for the ninth time from May 18 to 25, 2024. Since 2015, it has attracted the world's best players, from Roger Federer and Daniil Medvedev to Stan Wawrinka, Marin Cilic, Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev, Grigor Dimitrov and Casper Ruud.