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Casper Ruud – Sponsors / Endorsements

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Casper Ruud - Sponsors / Endorsements

Here, we have a profile for Casper Ruud that details information about his playing career, as well as his sponsors, brand endorsements, prize money.

Date of birth: December 22, 1998

Place of birth: Oslo, Norway

Nationality: Norwegian

Highest ranking:  7 (April 4, 2022)

Prize money: US$6,419,239 

Win/Loss: 148/79

Career titles: 8

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Casper Ruud Sponsors / Endorsements

Yonex

Japanese sports equipment brand Yonex is Ruud’s apparel, shoes and racquet sponsor. Ruud has been sponsored by Yonex since 2016. The brand provides the Norwegian with not only playing equipment but also his matchday kits. 

The Arctic Group

One of the leading independent provider of financial services, The Arctic Group has been a partner of Ruud since 2016. 
The partnership sees The Arctic Group branding feature on the front and one the sleeves of Ruud’s jerseys and off-court apparel. 

Lundin Energy Norway

In October 2021, Ruud announced a new partnership with oil and gas company Ludin Energy Norway. Along with supporting Ruud, the Lundin logo is also present on Ruud’s apparel. 

Proaktiv

Ruud has been sponsored by real estate chain Proaktiv since the early days of his career. Ruud’s training kit has the Proaktiv branding present on the front of the shirt.

Porsche Norge

German automobile manufacturer Porsche has been a long-time sponsor of Ruud. The partnership sees Ruud promote the brand in his home country, Norway. 

SuperOffice

In April 2022, Ruud signed a sponsorship agreement with CRM solutions firm SuperOffice. The Norwegian company has its brand logo present on Ruud’s playing kit. 

The “W” Initiative

Ruud was announced as a global ambassador of The “W” Initiative, a Norwegian humanitarian organisation, in June 2022.
The three-year partnership sees the tennis player promote the foundation’s work on his social media handles along with sporting its logo on his clothing.

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