The International Tennis Federation is in the process of finalizing its final tournament poster design for the 2019 World Cup, which will feature an alternate design for a new venue, a new logo and a new theme for the tournament.
The ITA will announce the design of the poster, which is scheduled to be unveiled this week, in the coming days.
The logo is still under wraps.
“The new logo is a completely new concept for the ITA,” ITA director-general Andy Puzder told reporters on Tuesday.
“We are going to unveil the design and the theme later this week.”
A look at some of the key elements of the new World Cup poster.
The design of both the official logo and the new theme are expected to be revealed in the next few weeks.
The World Cup is expected to open in the United States and Mexico in September, 2019.
The new design also includes the new logo’s new color scheme and logo design.
The current official logo will be used for both the 2018 and 2019 tournaments.
The tournament is the first major international event to feature the ITC logo, a trademark of the I.T.F., since it was created in 1976.
The International Olympic Committee also adopted the IFC logo for its 2018 World Cup bid, which the IFA is in talks to change.
“I am very happy to see the ITB taking the initiative to make the ICA’s logo available to the IOC and IOC-related parties,” said ITA executive director-elect Yvonne Coyle.
The I.O.C. is the ICTA’s umbrella governing body and has a lot of autonomy in the design process. “
They will be able use it for all their competitions, all the IAC competitions, for the next 20 years.”
The I.O.C. is the ICTA’s umbrella governing body and has a lot of autonomy in the design process.
The 2019 World, which has the World Cup being hosted in the Iberian capital of Santiago, Spain, is the only ITA World Cup to have not been sanctioned by the IOC.
In the past, the IGA has been one of the main sponsors of the event, which draws in an estimated $500 million in annual revenue.
The 2018 and 2020 World Cups also featured the ITP logo.
The original World Cup logo was used from 1976 to 1983, and the ITT logo has been used from 1978 to 1992.
The change is the second major redesign of the World cup poster, after the 2010 redesign.
The first was the redesign of a 2009 logo featuring the ICL logo.
“Our fans deserve better,” said Puzner, the chairman of the IOC’s executive board.
“That is why we have chosen the IIA as the final arbiter of the design.”