German tennis professional Daniel Altmaier was born on September 12, 1998, in Kempen. Altmaier is a right-handed tennis player who excels on clay-court surfaces. On May 23, 2022, he attained his career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 53. He is represented by the management company Starwing Sports.
Altmaier started playing tennis at the age of four, going on to turn pro in 2014.
All three of Altmaier’s ATP Challenger Tour victories have come on clay. In Braunschweig in 2021, he won his maiden ATP Challenger title by defeating Oscar Otte. His best Grand Slam performance to date has been making it to the quarterfinals of the 2022 French Open. He won his second ATP Challenger title in Luedenscheid, where he defeated Mats Moraing in the final.
Altmaier’s net worth is estimated to be between US$1 million and US$2 million.
Here is a list of Altmaier’s sponsorship deals and brand endorsements.
Yonex is a Japanese sports firm that manufactures and sells a variety of products, including badminton, tennis, and golf equipment. It has sponsored Altmaier from head to toe since 2017. He participates extensively in Yonex’s marketing campaigns and uses its racquets, clothing and footwear.
In 2021, Altmaier teamed with Swiss luxury watchmaker Maurice Lacroix. As per the deal, both on and off the tennis court, Altmaier is frequently seen wearing a Maurice Lacroix watch.
In 2021, Altmaier formed a partnership with McDavid, a company based in Southern California that creates and sells sports medicine, sports protection and performance gear for athletes and active individuals.
In 2023, Altmaier became a brand ambassador for Vitamin Well, a Swedish company that makes beverages with added vitamins and minerals.
As a Vitamin Well brand ambassador, Altmaier is part of a roster that also includes Casper Ruud of Norway and Belinda Bencic of Switzerland. He actively supports the company and has been the face of numerous advertisements for it, while also donning its logo on his jersey while on court.
As per the cooperation agreement that he signed in 2022 with NetSuite, an American provider of cloud-based business software, Altmaier wears the company’s logo on the sleeves of his playing jersey.