Stefanos Tsitsipas created history as he became the first Greek person to make it to the final of a Grand Slam. The 22-year old came out of a gruelling five-set encounter against his friend, Germany’s Alexander Zverev to reach the championship match, his first in a Major, of the French Open 2021.
Though it may be his first final appearance at a Grand Slam, Tsitsipas is already a star player on the Tour and that’s why he is sponsored by some elite brands around the world. Let us look who sponsors Stefanos Tsitsipas and which brands do he actually endorse.
Stefanos Tsitsipas’s Sponsors
Stefanos Tsitsipas sports the clothes and shoes made of Adidas, the premiere sporting apparel brand. Tsitsipas and Adidas joined forces in 2015. Tsitsipas currently sports the Adidas apparel in all the major tournaments.
On the other hand, Wilson sponsors the Greek’s racquet. Tsitsipas uses a special Wilson Custom Blade 98. The World No.5 made sure his racquet has the colours of the Greek national flag painted on it.
Current Endorsements in which Tsitsipas is involved
Tsitsipas became an ambassador for Rolex in 2018 at the age of just 20, becoming one of Geneva based luxury watchmaker’s youngest face. In 2019, Tsitsipas signed a new deal with American clothing and equipment manufacturer New Balance. In the same year, the Next Gen superstar joined forces with global deodorant brand Rexona. Apart from these, Tsitsipas ties up with one of Greece’s oldest and most prestigious pasta companies, Melissa, in 2020.