Sports logos: Tennis Tournaments Logos - Masters 1000

Under sports logo tradition here on The Logo Mix, we started last week a series on tennis tournaments logos to select the best tennis logo design. In the previous post we've seen the Grand Slam tennis tournaments logos and today we continue with the tennis Masters Series logo designs. I've added a small description for each tournament, just some interesting facts that caught my eye. Background is always important in logo design as it casts a new light on the design idea displayed.


Cincinnati Open Logo

Interesting fact: Nine of the past 10 Cincinnati Open champions held the No. 1 ranking during their careers.


BNP Paribas Open Logo

Interesting fact: In 2010, Indian Wells set a new record welcoming 339,657 people to the 12-day tournament, surpassing the mark set the previous year when it registered over 300,000.


Madrid Open Logo

Interesting fact: The tournament is held in a spectacular new arena, described by the Mayor of Madrid as "one of the best sporting facilities in the world".


Sony Ericsson Open Logo

Interesting fact: The tournament prides itself with the participation of the world's top players, and has become the place to be seen in Miami.


Monte Carlo Rolex Masters Logo

Interesting fact: The tournament celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2006 and it is the first Masters 1000 tournament played on clay.


BNP Paribas Masters Logo

Interesting fact: As the final tournament of the regular men’s tennis season, the tournament showcases the top players as they come to win the prestigious title.


Internazionali BNL d'Italia Logo

Interesting fact: The event is a total entertainment experience featuring high fashion, fine food, stylish shopping and celebrity musical performances. A complete Italian experience.


Shanghai Rolex Masters Logo

Interesting fact: Shanghai was awarded Masters 1000 Tournament of the Year, as voted by the ATP players.


Rogers Cup Logo

Interesting fact: First held in 1881, the world famous Canadian Open is the oldest ongoing tennis tournament after Wimbledon and the US Open.