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    Infosys Partners with Tennis Champion Iga Świątek to Inspire Digital Transformation

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    Global digital services and consulting leader Infosys announced today its long-term collaboration with WTA’s top-ranked player, Iga Świątek. The 22-year-old athlete, a four-time Grand Slam champion, has held the world No. 1 position for a record 70 consecutive weeks since April 22. Infosys, known for revolutionizing tennis through digital innovation, will work closely with Świątek to enhance her training using artificial intelligence and data analytics.

    Infosys has been driving change in tennis for over eight years as a digital innovation partner for ATP Tour, Roland Garros, Australian Open, and the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Leveraging advanced technologies like AI, cloud, and data analysis, the company has transformed the tennis landscape.

    The collaboration will extend to building advanced data analytics and AI-powered video dashboards for Świątek, enhancing her learning curve and strategic adaptability. Infosys and Świątek will also collaborate on programs empowering young women worldwide, promoting STEM careers for women from underprivileged backgrounds.

    Iga Świątek stated, “Partnering with Infosys, a tech-driven organization transforming tennis, is an honor. Despite tennis and technology seeming distinct, they share strategic thinking, learning, and evolving. Infosys’ impact beyond the court, enabling individuals and communities for the future, resonates with me.”

    Salil Parekh, CEO of Infosys, welcomed Świątek as a brand ambassador, noting her journey mirrors digital transformations Infosys empowers. He emphasized inspiring young individuals, particularly women, in STEM careers, crucial for the future.

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