Barbora Krejcikova: Brand Endorsements

January 23, 2024

This article contains information about Czech professional tennis player Barbora Krejcikova’s brand endorsement deals.

Barbora Krejcikova’s brand endorsements and sponsors over the years — Fila, Head, NutriData, Kine Max, Fyzioterapie, Enervit, CEP, NutriPro


The South Korean athleticwear and footwear manufacturer signed a multi-year partnership agreement with Krejcikova in May 2022, becoming in the process her official clothing and footwear sponsor. 


Head Sports is an Austrian sportswear, equipment, and footwear manufacturing company.

Krejcikova currently has a clothing, footwear, and racquet sponsorship deal in place with the Kennelbach-headquartered Austrian company.


Czech health and wellness company NutriData has Krejcikova on board as one of its brand ambassadors.


Kine-Max, a Czech sports equipment company that provides training and healing equipment, also has Krejcikova on board as a brand ambassador.


The Prague-based professional nutritionist and physiotherapist services provider also has Krejcikova on board as a brand ambassador.


Italian health and nutrition brand Enervit signed Barbora Krejcikova as a sponsored athlete in 2021. 


CEP, a brand of Bayreuth-based German company medi, is a sportswear and sports goods manufacturer. Krejcikova is a part of the CEP roster, being one of its sponsored athletes.


NutriPro, a dietary supplement and home appliance manufacturer, roped in the Czech tennis player as an official brand ambassador in 2021. 

Also read: Anna Kalinskaya: Brand endorsements

Rahul Saha

An engineer taking the road less taken. I love writing, live and breathe football, and am always up for a tactical conversation.

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