Most tennis fans agree that Dominic Thiem of Austria is a superstar. He has beaten the Big Three – Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic – since joining the ATP tour in 2011. He is also very popular among his teammates and supporters. On whatever surface, Thiem’s strong ground-strokes and trademark single-handed backhand are a joy to watch. He has remarkably won the US Open and reached the finals of many major slams.
Despite having fewer followers than other well-known tennis players, Thiem’s sponsored posts generate substantially more value for brands per follower than many of his competitors, according to Hookit statistics.
Dominic Thiem’s sponsors
Dominic Thiem wears Adidas clothing and footwear throughout competitions and practice. Thiem’s Solecourt Clay Shoes are the brand’s most well-known product. Dominic teamed up with Babolat, a French sports equipment maker, in 2014. He plays on a Babolat Pure Strike with a pattern of 1820 strings.
Dominic signed a sponsorship contract with Red Bull, an energy drink company, in October 2018. His relationship with the company made headlines lately when he was told he couldn’t drink the drink straight from the can on the court during a match at the US Open. Dominic was named UniCredit Bank Austria’s brand ambassador in the early weeks of 2017.
On his playing T-shirts, he also wears the brand’s emblem. Rolex has teamed with Milos Raonic, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Grigor Dimitrov, and Dominic Thiem in addition to the great Roger Federer. Duravit, a manufacturer of porcelain bathroom fittings, became Dominic Thiem’s sponsor in the summer of 2020. In 2015, Thiem was named one of Kia Motors Austria’s brand ambassadors.
Foundations and Charity
Thiem, like every other tennis player and sports star, gives back to the community. Thiem contributed to La Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco with players including Novak Djokovic, the Zverev twins, Grigor Dimitrov, and others. This organization is committed to environmental preservation and sustainable development.
He’s also working to create a livable environment for aquatic life. He is a supporter of the non-profit group ‘4OCEAN,’ which works to protect the seas.
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