Check out the sportswear partners of the most popular tennis stars of our time!
Roger Federer – Uniqlo
In 2018, Roger Federer ended his long term partnership with Nike and joined forces with Uniqlo.
Serena Williams – Nike
Nike and Serena started their partnership in 2003, and haven’t parted ways ever since.
Rafael Nadal – Nike
The much talked about apparels and shoes of Rafael Nadal are created by Nike.
Novak Djokovic – Lacoste
When Djokovic’s contract with Uniqlo came to an end in 2017, he signed a 5-year sponsorship deal with Lacoste. Since Lacoste doesn’t manufacture tennis gears, that spot lies unfilled for Djokovic.
Alexander Zverev – Adidas
Zverev has been officially sponsoring Adidas since 2016.
Dominic Thiem – Adidas
Dominic plays tennis in apparels and gears created by Addidas.
Milos Raonic – New Balance
In 2013, Milos Raonic became the first ever tennis pro to sign a sponsorship deal with New Balance.
Stanislas Wawrinka – Yonex
Japanese manufacturer of sporting equipment, Yonex, takes care of Stan’ sneakers, apparel, and rackets.
Andy Murray – Under Armour
Andy Murray and Under Armour joined forces towards the end of 2014.
Kei Nishikori – Uniqlo and Nike
Kei Nishikori was named Uniqlo’s global ambassador in 2011. His tennis shoes are handled by Nike.
Garbiñe Muguruza – Adidas
Adidas designs Muguruza’s apparels with Stella McCartney.
Marin Čilić – Fila
Marin’s second partnership with Fila began in 2016.
Naomi Osaka – Adidas
Naomi’s apparel and footwear partner is Adidas.
Caroline Wozniacki – Adidas
At the age of 10, Caroline called Adidas and got herself a sponsorship deal from the brand.
Juan Martín del Potro – Nike
Nike has been a sponsor of del Potro for years now.
Maria Sharapova – Nike
Nike and Maria joined hands in 2010. During her drug ban phase, for a brief time, the contract was suspended.
John Millman – Lotto Sports
John Millman is the only person on the list to be sponsored by Lotto Sports.
John Isner – Fila
In 2016, Fila signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with John Isner.