The LTA has appointed Keith Prowse as its official hospitality supplier for the Aegon Championships in 2014.
The UK-based firm will create a new range of hospitality packages for the tournament, which will take place at London's Queen's Club from 9th to 15th June next year and serves as a key grass-court warm-up event for Wimbledon.
The ATP has announced the appointment of Chris Kermode as ATP Executive Chairman & President.
Kermode begins a three-year term at the helm of the ATP starting on 1 January 2014, and will be based in the ATP’s London office.
He has been involved in tennis for more than 30 years, first as a player, and then most recently serving as Tournament Director of the Aegon Championships at Queen’s Club, as well as Managing Director of the season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals.
Former British No 1 Elena Baltacha is retiring from professional tennis with immediate effect after enjoying a distinguished playing career, which saw her break into the world's top 50 in 2010 and score wins over top ten players, including Li Na and Francesca Schiavone.
She reached the third round of the Australian Open twice, in 2005 and 2010, and the third round of Wimbledon in 2002.
She also won 11 International Tennis Federation (ITF) singles titles, most recently the Aegon Trophy in Nottingham in June this year.
The Czech Republic retained its Davis Cup title after defeating Serbia 3-2 in the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Group Final in Belgrade on Sunday.
It is Czech Republic's third Davis Cup title following victories in 1980 (as Czechoslovakia) and 2012.
Radek Stepanek became the first player in history to win consecutive live fifth singles rubbers in a Davis Cup Final, while he is only the third player to win two Davis Cup Final live fifth singles rubbers, following Henri Cochet (FRA) and Fred Perry (GBR).
Sunbaba have launched a brand new website at www.sunbaba.co.uk where all their latest products, innovative ideas and branding concepts can be found.
The event branding company recently had a stand at The Showman's Show where they featured Tension Fabric Systems, a new generation of display solutions that allows the simple fitting and removal of fabric graphics.
Sunbaba has been helping its clients to deck out their events around the UK and Europe for nearly two decades.
Chris Kermode, Managing Director of the ATP World Tour Finals, has been telling BBC London that he is proud of what has been achieved since the season-ending tournament was moved to the O2 Arena in Greenwich in 2009.
The London venue has a deal to stage the event until 2015 but, with top players such as Novak Djokovic calling for a new home, Kermode says there are multiple views and issues which need to be taken into consideration before a change is made.
Kermode, 48, is in the running to become the ATP's new Chief Executive and he describes the post as a huge position, which anyone would like to take.
Novak Djokovic delivered a master class to the world number one, Rafael Nadal, in the championship match at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals on Monday evening.
In front of a capacity crowd of 17,500, the Serbian gave notice of his intent to regain the top ranking over the coming season.
He played impeccable tennis, bettering the Spaniard's control and spin to leave Nadal unusually unbalanced and out of sorts, as he sped to a straight sets victory, 6-3 6-4.
The Swiss challenged but made no lasting impact on the two top players in the world, who will now contest the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals on Monday evening.
It took a while to fill The O2 Arena to capacity on Sunday as London's public transportation system ‘had issues' - A fire alert at Westminster minutes after the Remembrance Service at the Cenotaph caused severe delays on the Jubilee line.
It did little to dampen the spirits of fans who packed into the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals to witness the much anticipated semi-final clash between top seed Rafael Nadal and surprise contender, Roger Federer.
At the start of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, who would have predicted there would be two Swiss contenders in the semi-finals or that there could be an all-Swiss final?
Both Roger Federer and Stanislav Wawrinka barely made it to the draw, qualifying in the race only the week before, in Paris.
On Saturday afternoon Federer, who has been hanging on by his fingernails, made it against all the odds through Group B as the fourth semi-finalist to join his compatriot after beating Argentina's Juan Martin del Potro in a thrilling match at London's O2 Arena.
Every year, during the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, the Lawn Tennis Association calls the media together to provide an update on key areas from within British tennis.
Absent on this occasion was the departed Roger Draper, who has presented the LTA's case so eloquently in the past, replaced instead by Nick Humby, LTA Interim Chief Operating Officer, David Gregson, Chairman of the LTA Board and Simon Jones, LTA Head of Performance Support.
Absent also was the in-coming Chief Executive, Michael Downey, the boss of Tennis Canada who takes up his LTA post in early January and is expected to make a big impact following his arrival.