British tennis star Tim Henman is to wear the Robinsons squash badge on his sleeve for the first time during this year's Wimbledon finals, brand owner Britvic has revealed. It is the fifth year that Robinsons has sponsored Henman but he has never before donned the logo of its famous soft drinks range, which has been associated with the championships since 1928. Henman will again be widely fancied to go all the way at Wimbledon with Robinsons ready to jump on the bandwagon if he captures the ultimate prize and lifts the men's singles title. Britvic's deal with Henman forms part of a £2m spend during this year's tournament which will once again see Robinsons appearing as Wimbledon's Official Still Soft Drink and Official Soft Drink to the Lawn Tennis Association. Robinsons Barley Water will have exclusive prime position upon the umpire's chair, while Robinsons will be branding the cups on court and Fruit Break will be sampled in the queues. "We are taking our links with Wimbledon into the next round this year," said Robinsons brand controller Lizzie Pawsey. l Buxton will be Wimbledon's official natural mineral water for the second year running. {{P&P }}