German Alexander Zverev is one of the most exciting players in world tennis right now. With an Olympic gold medal in his bag, the German is looking to add more titles under his name as he chases a place amongst the greats of the game.
Being a recognisable name in the world of tennis, the German is also a darling of many of the top brands in the world, with deals with some of the biggest ones.
Alexander Zverev is sponsored by some of the top brands such as Rolex, Richard Mille, Adidas. Here is the complete list.
TMGM – Leading CFD trading platform TMGM signed up Alexander Zverev at the start of 2021, ahead of the Australian Open. Apart from promoting the TMGM logo on his kit, training jersey, jacket and on his team member’s kits, Zverev has also donated to a local charity for every ace he hit during the Australian Open.
HEAD – HEAD roped in Zverev on a long-term deal in early 2018. Aside from using HEAD’s racquets, the German also gets sponsorship for his other equipment from HEAD, including an eco-friendly tennis kit bag (Gravity R-Pet bag). The young German, along with HEAD, also looks to use his platform for raise awareness for a sustainable future.
Adidas – Zverev has been sponsored by the German sports apparel company since 2016. The German wears Adidas’ kits on matchdays, including footwear.
Richard Mille – In 2016, Zverev was signed on by luxury Swiss watch brand Richard Mille as its brand ambassador. Zverev was reportedly referred by Rafael Nadal and even had a 2018 special edition dedicated to him – the RM 67-02 Alexander Zverev Edition.
Peugeot – French car manufacturer Peugeot actively partners with key organisations and players to help drive their various campaigns such as Drive to Tennis and NextGen Lions. In 2015, the French brand signed up Zverev as one of its brand ambassadors. Zverev has already been a part of Peugeot’s digital Drive to Tennis campaign.
Zegna – The German was roped in as the brand ambassador of Italian fashion brand Zegna in 2018. On being appointed as the ambassador, Zverev was also made the face of the brand’s Z ZENGA range.
Rolex – Zverev joined the elite luxury Swiss watch brand Rolex in 2021. Upon joining the Rolex family as a brand ambassador, Zverev joined the likes of Roger Federer, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Dominic Thiem.
Electronic Arts – American video game company Electronic Arts teamed up with Alexander Zverev, bringing on the German as a brand partner on board, in 2020. As part of the deal, Zverev was seen with the EA logo on his kit. With EA having two tennis games already out, one might think Zverev might be involved in the promoting the next few ones.