Nike joins hands with Jannik Sinner in a whopping USD 158 Million deal

Nike offers a career-changing deal to Jannik Sinner by showing confidence in him for the future seeing his wonderful rise over the past couple of seasons.

Jannik Sinner
Jannik Sinner

Jannik Sinner is the rising star and future of Italian tennis who is making the headlines with the strong performance he is putting in and the rise in his rankings which is sensational. As Nike has done over the years they identify a potential future in a player and sign them up for a long term.

After seeing the Italian’s performance over the past year they have signed up a deal with him for the next 10 years at a jaw-dropping price. This will include him in an elite list of athletes who earn hugely from sponsorships. He will be receiving over 150 million euros, 15 million per season, the news broke out in Rome and has been said to be a lucrative deal for both Sinner and Nike.

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Jannik Sinner’s career accomplishments

Jannik Sinner
Jannik Sinner

Currently, Jannik Sinner is ranked 12th in the world but has made a debut in the Top 10 of the ATP rankings. Without any surprise, he is being seen as one of the most promising players in the world right now. He won his first ATP Challenger tournament when he was 17 in 2019, despite having not won any match at that level before the start of this tournament.

After winning that tournament he became the first player who was born after 2000 to reach a Challenger final. The title only helped him to speed up his already superior rise. In the next part of the same year, he was seen playing in more ATP tour matches than he did earlier.

He reached the 2020 French Open quarterfinals and also won his first ATP title that year. With him growing in confidence as he is performing tremendously well in the tournaments as he also made it to the last-8 of the 2022 Australian Open, it will be a huge positive for him in his career which can boost up his gameplay and can allow him to become a better version of himself than ever before.

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