Who Sponsors Iga Swiatek?

Published 04/10/2022, 7:46 AM EDT

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Iga Swiatek turned pro in the year 2016 at the age of 15 after leading Poland to the junior Fed cup crown. Swiatek is one of the fastest-growing players and has maintained a steady pace since her debut. In the year 2018, she hit the news and claimed everyone’s attention by winning French Open alongside Caty Mc Nally.

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She entered the top 50 of the WTA ranking soon after her victory in doubles and a great run in the singles of the French Open. Since then brands wanting to sponsor her started flooding her door.

Racket and Clothing Sponsors of Iga Swiatek

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Swiatek signed a contract with American sportswear giant Nike in 2019 after becoming regular on WTA tours. However, she later withdrew her affiliation with Nike and joined hands with a Japanese company for catering to her clothing demands. She collaborated with Asics in 2020 initially with an intent of a one year run. Though her splendid performance later that year, along with her French Open victory, lead to a contract renewal. Thus, she currently wears Asics on her tours and gets awarded with performance related bonuses.

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Speaking of rackets, the pole since her junior years has used Prince Textreme Tour 100 racquet. Although she wasn’t under a contract with the company. However, by the year-end in 2020, she received an offer from the French sports equipment manufacturer, Tecnifibre. She took the offer and is sailing with the company since then. Tecnifibre also offers services to the world no.1 Russian ace Daniil Medvedev.

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Swiatek’s Main Sponsor

Iga Swiatek signed a three-year agreement with a PZU in February 2021. Powszechny Zaklad Ubezpieczen is a Poland-based publicly traded insurance company. Further, since her arrival; she has brought PZU over PLN 40 million in advertising equivalent. Now that Iga is ranking at world no.1, the stats are bound to touch higher spots.

Other Major Bands Under Her Wings

Xiaomi- She is the current brand ambassador of Xiaomi. She sealed the deal in the year 2021 just before her final in Adelaide. The 20-year-old admitted that her collaboration with the company is for the purpose of instilling a passion for tennis in the users of the mobile.

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Toyota- The Japanese automobile giant Toyota did a great job of spotting a potential talent at her early stage. They made a deal with the pole following her stunning performance in Wimbledon in 2018.

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Rolex- Swiatek’s father made an announcement informing the crowd about her joining hands with the swiss luxury watchmaker Rolex. Rolex has earlier tied up with legends such as Federer, which in fact made young Swiatek wanting to do the same. She nodded to the alliance in February 2021 and wrote, I am thrilled to join Rolex family,” on Twitter.

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Red Bull- The Austrian drink maker and distributor signed Iga as their first female tennis ambassador. Before roping in Iga, they also collaborated with Austrian Dominic Thiem, Italian, Matteo Berrettini, and American, Reilly Opelka.

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Mahima Verma

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Mahima Verma is a Tennis writer for EssentiallySports. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Hotel Management from IHM Mumbai. A sports enthusiast, particularly Tennis since her childhood, Mahima believes that she is fortunate enough to witness the legends like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Serena Williams play.
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Vibhanshu Kumar

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