German car maker Porsche gave a global endorsement to an athlete for the first time, selecting tennis player Maria Sharapova as the brand's face for the next three years.
Maria Sharapova is going into the candy business.
Car company Land Rover has signed tennis star Maria Sharapova to a three-year deal that one source with knowledge of the deal said is worth approximately $2 million a year.
ESPN.com has learned that James Blake, who played the U.S. Open without a racket deal, has signed with Prince.
Reebok has signed Scoville Jenkins to a multiyear deal worth at least $100,000 a year.
A pair of earrings worn by Serena Williams during her U.S. Open matches raised $21,100 for Hurricane Katrina victims.
Roger Federer, the world's No. 1 ranked tennis player, has hired IMG to be his representative.
Lleyton Hewitt and Roger Federer each advanced to the U.S. Open men's semifinals, and Hewitt remains the man with the best chance of knocking out Federer.
It'll be a little quieter around Arthur Ashe Stadium now that James Blake is gone.
Thanks to Robby Ginepri's charge at the U.S. Open, Under Armour has it all over in terms of exposure.
American Express caught an unlucky break when Andy Roddick -- the player around whom it had built its ad campaign for the U.S. Open -- was upset in the first round.
Eep! Ugggggh! Owwwwww! Oooooooof! Grunting is a part of the game.
After resenting the perceived "Americanization" of Maria Sharapova, Russians might be ready to except the tennis star and market her back at home.
Although his hair might have put James Blake on the marketing map, his return to tennis form will keep him there for years to come.
Adidas announced on Monday that the company has signed Andre Agassi to a long-term partnership.
Andy Roddick has added to his endorsement profile by signing a 5-year deal with the carmaker.