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HSBC has announced a four-year partnership with Emma Raducanu, current British women's tennis number one and the reigning US Open champion, with the shared ambition to create opportunities for the next generation.

Emma made tennis history when in 2021, she became the youngest female British player to win the US Open. Since then Emma has made a global impact beyond the tennis world as an international citizen, who embraces a multi-cultural lifestyle.

HSBC is also proud to be the Official Banking Partner of The Championships, Wimbledon. HSBC has supported the Ticket Resale Scheme for 12 years, with every ticket sold helping charities via the Wimbledon Foundation.



We are the title sponsor of the HSBC BWF World Tour and Principle Global Partner of the Badminton World Federation. The partnership enables us to engage with a sport that means much to many of our customers and help drive the continued growth of badminton in new territories.



We’ve teamed up with one of the world’s top football clubs as part of our goal to improve diversity in sport. Our partnership with Tottenham Hotspur – commonly known as Spurs – sees us become the Official Banking Partner of their men’s and women’s teams in the UK and Hong Kong. We believe that sport has an amazing power to bring people together, promote physical and mental well-being and drive inclusion, and so we are excited to be working with the club.

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