Hubert Hurkacz is a Polish professional tennis player who has done incredibly well in his relatively young career. Hubert was born in Wroclaw, Poland, on February 11, 1997. Tennis runs in Hubert’s blood. His mother, Zofia Maliszewska-Hurkacz, was a junior tennis champion in Poland. Moreover, both his uncles were tennis players who had a huge influence on him.
Hurkacz is a young achiever. He began playing tennis at the tender age of five. His mother introduced him to the great sport when she used to practice. Hurkacz’s mother and father Krzysztof were actually his first teachers. Standing 6 feet 5 inches tall, Hubert once claimed that if he would have failed at tennis, then he would have made his career in basketball.
Hubert Hurkacz’s sponsors
Japanese sports company Yonex is the primary brand sponsor of Hubert Hurkacz. He has an all-out head-to-toe deal with the company. Hubert plays with YONEX VCORE PRO 97 racquet. He uses a Pro Series bag, ECLIPSION3 tennis.
The racquet Hubert uses has a head size of 97 square inches, a length of 27 inches, and it weighs around 323 grams. The string pattern of his racquet is 16×19. The Yonex VCORE Pro 97 is one of Yonex’s most popular models around the globe.
The 2019 Winston-Salem Open Men’s Singles Champion is an attacking stroke player and VCORE Pro 97 suits his style of play. It provides a higher bounce due to greater spin and speed and allows players to create heavy drives with devastating power.
Another company that Hurkacz promotes and endorses is LOTOS. It is the Polish capital group that specializes in the production and sale of lubricant oils and bitumens. Hurkacz wears the brand’s logo on his shirt.