ITALY: Fila Extends Tennis Deal With Jennifer Capriati
The New No.1 Player On the WTA Tour Extends Her Agreement With Fila for a Further Three Years Fila Holding S.p.A. (NYSE: news) announced today that it has extended the Company's agreement with Jennifer Capriati for three more years. Jennifer became a champion at the age of 14 in 1990. Her first comeback victory after seven years was two years ago in Strasbourg; last year she reached the semifinals at the Australian Open and finally this year which brought the most important victories of her entire career: Jennifer won two Grand Slam Tournaments, the Australian Open in January and then the French Open in May; she also reached the Wimbledon and US Open semifinals, where she performed the best four Grand Slams so far this year.
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