Cereal company wants to stop Thanasi Kokkinakis using trademark in branding campaign that would include clothing

Australian tennis player Thanasi Kokkinakis is facing a court battle over his right to use his Special K nickname commercially.

A directions hearing between Kellogg’s, the breakfast cereal maker that owns the right to the Special K trademark in Australia, and Kokkinakis took place in the federal court in Adelaide on Thursday.

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