Denis Shapovalov is a Canadian Professional Men’s Tennis player who is currently ranked no. 17 in the World ATP Rankings and is the youngest player to crack the top 30 since 2005. He was born in Tel-Aviv and then his parents moved to Canada when he was 9 months old. His biggest achievement so far is to reach the ongoing 2020 US Open quarter finals which he will be looking to end with a trophy in his hand hopefully. Here are the talented youngsters’ sponsors:
- Nike – The Canadian talent was spotted and signed by American based company Nike at a tender age of just 18 when he only had 18 ATP matches to his name. He currently has an apparel and footwear deal with Nike and wears it’s apparel on and off the court. His current shoe is the Nike Air Zoom Vapor X.
- Yonex – Denis Shapovalov has a racquet deal with the Japanese sports equipment Manufacturing company since 2017 and currently uses the Yonex VCORE 95 racquet.
- BioSteel – It is a Canadian company based in Toronto which produces Nutrition products for Athletes. Young Shapovalov was signed by the company in 2016.
- Tag Heuer – Tennis players being signed by one of thefamous Watchmakers has been a trend nowadays which is why all the watch making companies look for young talents and sign them on the basis of their potential. Likewise, young Denis Shapovalov got signed by Swiss watch making and fashion accessories company Tag Heuer when he was only 18 years of age in 2017 and made him one of the youngest stars to get signed by a brand with a stature like this.
The 21-year-old will be looking to take the 2020 US Open by storm after the shocking disqualification of Novak Djokovic giving youngsters a little more hope than usual to reach the final and maybe even win their maiden title.