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Caroline Garcia: Brand endorsements

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Caroline Garcia Sponsors endorsements brand partners

Caroline Garcia is a French tennis player born on October 16, 1993, who has been ranked as high as No. 4 in the world since the start of her career.

Her achievements include: 

  • winning the women’s doubles title at Roland-Garros twice – in 2016 and 2022,  
  • winning 10 WTA singles titles, the biggest of which have come in Cincinnati (2022), Wuhan (2017) and Beijing (2017), and
  • being part of the French team that won the Billie Jean King Cup (earlier known as Fed Cup) in 2019.

Garcia has won prize money amounting to an estimated US$12 million as of August 2022. Following is a list of her brand endorsements:

Yonex

Yonex is a Japanese sports equipment manufacturer and is one of the biggest names in racquet sports. 

Garcia has a racquet sponsorship deal in place with Yonex. She uses the Yonex VCORE 100 racquet. Caroline switched from Asics to Yonex as her sponsored clothing brand after wearing the Japanese rival brand for almost two years. 

Rolex

Rolex partnered with multiple tennis players including Caroline Garcia, Dominic Thiem and Grigor Dimitrov in 2018. Caroline promotes and uses the brand on her social media. 

Sothys

Sothys is a cosmetic company based in France that launched its Athletic range in May 2018. 

In July 2018, Sothys named Caroline Garcia as one of its brand ambassadors for its Athletic range. The tennis athlete promotes the cosmetic brand on her social media occasionally and also features in the brand’s campaigns. 

KEF Global

KEF is a British company specialising in a range of audio products, including HiFi speakers, sub-woofers, architecture speakers, wireless speakers and headphones. It was founded in Maidstone, Kent, in 1961.

In April 2021, KEF and Caroline Garcia announced their partnership, and the latter has been promoting the former on social media since then. 

Asics

Asics is a Japanese sportswear manufacturer founded in September 1949 as Onitsuka Tigers and was renamed Asics in 1977. 

In January 2020, Asics announced the signing of Caroline Garcia into its tennis roster. The French star used to wear GEL-RESOLUTION™ 8 footwear from Asics.

Since the summer of 2020, however, Garcia has been seen wearing New Balance’s FuelCell WC 996v4.5 shoes. 

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