Enzo Couacaud is a 27-year-old French professional tennis player with Mauritian heritage. Couacaud turned professional in 2013 and made his Grand Slam singles debut at the 2021 French Open, where he reached the second round.
In the ITF Futures and ATP Challengers series, Couacaud has won 14 singles titles in total. He has a career-high singles ranking of 155th in the world.
Following are Couacaud’s endorsement and sponsorship deals.
Couacaud signed a multi-year deal with Italian sports equipment manufacturer Lotto during the first week of January 2021. With the current deal in place, Couacaud wears Lotto-sponsored apparel and shoes.
Couacaud has a racquet sponsorship deal in place with American sporting goods company Wilson. While the exact terms of the contract haven’t been made public, the Frenchman has been seen using Wilson-sponsored racquets since the time he turned professional in 2013.
American sports apparel and footwear company Nike signed Couacaud on a five-year deal during the summer of 2013. Similar to his contract with Lotto, Couacaud wore Nike apparel and shoes during tours.
French company Lacoste was Couacaud’s next clothing and shoe sponsor after his long-term association with Nike ended in July 2018. However, Lacoste and Couacaud’s association lasted till December 2019, as the two parted ways halfway into the second year of their contract.
After his one-year contract with Lacoste ended, Couacaud signed another one-year deal with one of the world’s major sportswear and apparel manufacturers in New Balance. The deal lasted from January to December 2020.