Slazenger is a prestigious brand synonymous with sport since its establishment in 1881 by brother's Ralph and Albert Slazenger.


From the outset, Slazenger quickly became a leading manufacturer of sporting equipment in golf and tennis. In 2002, Wimbledon celebrated 100 years of using Slazenger tennis balls.


Opening their first factories in Australia in 1922, they paved the way for global recognition through registering the now famous panther logo in 1963 and developing an extensive clothing line in conjunction with equipment.


Slazenger ambassadors are at the forefront of their codes, displaying pride and passion for the brand throughout their partnerships. Ambassadors have included Margaret Court, Jimmy Connors, Jack Nicklaus, Tim Henman and locally, Steve Hooker and Nathan Coulter-Nile.


Despite a long and illustrious history, Slazenger today shows no signs of slowing down. The brand is intensely committed to investment from grass roots through to professional level across a wide range of sports and leisure activities.


Wearing Slazenger is a badge of honour signalling a lifelong affinity with sport.