Brand Partners of Nick Kyrgios

February 10, 2021

Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios is an Australian professional tennis player, who turned pro in 2013. Nick is considered one of the most talented players in the tennis world right now. He reached the career high ranking of number 13 in 2016. He has a very aggressive approach to the game, and when his serve is on, he can dominate anyone. Nick has already risen to become one of the most recognisable faces after defeating modern-day-legends of tennis such as Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.

Nick’s estimated net worth is $10 million including some solid endorsement deals that help boost his earnings. Let’s look at the endorsement deals of the rising talent.

Nike – Since 2011, Nick has an apparel and shoe sponsorship deal with Nike. He currently wears his special made Nike Air Zoom Vapor X Kyrie V.

Yonex – Yonex has been a part of Nick’s team since he was sixteen. He currently plays with Yonex EZONE 98 Racquets. In 2014, after his win over Rafael Nadal, apparently, Yonex upgraded the offer by five-six times. Though, exact figures were never disclosed by him. 

Beats – Beats is a leading consumer audio products manufacturer. In 2015, Nick signed an endorsement deal with Beats. He appeared in “Play by Your Rules” commercial.

IMG – In January 2015, Nick signed with management company WME | IMG to represent him on and off the court. IMG also owns and manages tournaments on the ATP tour.

Global Sporting Connections – Global Sporting Connections is a global provider of sports management specialising in the sport of tennis. IMG shares management duties with Global Sporting Connections to open up his earning potential to new sponsors.

Bonds – Nick has served as the brand ambassador of the Australian Clothing company, Bonds. Bonds ended their association with him in light of his 2015 controversies.

Malaysia Airlines – Nick was associated with Malaysian Airlines but, Malaysia Airlines terminated its partnership after his suspension and fined him for ‘tanking’ in the 2016 Shanghai Rolex Masters.

Nick also promotes Call of Duty on his socials. Despite his bad-boy image, Nick has indulged in charitable activities. He launched the NK Foundation to provide sports facilities to underprivileged youth.

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Diksha Dinani

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