Iga Świątek’s Sponsors and Endorsements

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Born on 31 May 2001, daughter of an Olympian, Świątek was the 2018 French Open girls’ doubles champion alongside Caty McNally, and the 2018 Wimbledon girls’ singles champion. Let’s take a look at Iga Świątek’s sponsors over the years.


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Iga Świątek’s Current Sponsors


Iga Świątek Asics
Iga Świątek ended the 2020 season on a high. With her surprising French Open title win, and her sponsorship deal up for renewal by the end of 2020, Świątek was awarded an upgraded deal with Asics. Her association with Asics began at the start of 2020 on a one-year deal with performance related bonuses.



Iga Świątek Xiaomi
Chinese techno giant Xiaomi roped in Iga Świątek as their brand ambassador at the start of 2021. Xiaomi announced their collaboration with the young Pole before the final in Adelaide. The 20-year-old said: “You know that tennis is my passion and I want to show you how sport can develop and change your life. I want to share with Xiaomi fans what I do, how I prepare and how I pay. Maybe I will instill a passion for this wonderful sport in you.”



After previously using the Prince Textreme Tour 100 racquet since her junior days, Świątek signed a contract with French sports equipment manufacturer Tecnifibre at the end of 2020. She uses the Tecnifibre T-Rebound Tempo racquet, which is specially designed for female tennis players. With Iga Świątek (20) and Daniil Medvedev (25) on their ranks, the Tecnifibre have positioned themselves well with two young players on the tour.


Iga Świątek’s Main Sponsor


Iga Świątek PZU
Iga Natalia Swiatek signed a sponsorship agreement with Poland based publicly traded insurance company, Powszechny Zakład Ubezpieczeń (PZU), in 2021. Apparently, in the first year of the three-year contract, the association with Iga brought PZU over PLN 40 million in advertising equivalent.


Iga Świątek’s Sponsors and Endorsements


American clothing and sportswear giant Nike did a serious culling of the herd at the end of the 2019 season and the players affected were mostly from the women’s game. Ajla Tomljanovic, Maria Sakkari, Iga Świątek, Borna Ćorić, and Genie Bouchard were some of the players that were selectively cut out from Nike’s roster. Sakkari and Świątek later joined Japanese equipment manufacturer Asics at the start of 2020.


Toyota Lexus

A luxury vehicle division of the Japanese automaker Toyota, Lexus and Iga Świątek’s association runs back to 2018 when she was still playing at the junior level. Her success in the 2018 French Open girls’ doubles and the subsequent Wimbledon girls’ singles title attracted attention from some of the corporate giants, including Lexus, who tied her down to a deal following her rise.


Red Bull

Austrian energy drink maker and distributor, Red Bull, signed up Iga Świątek as their first female ambassador from the tennis roster. Before roping in Iga, Red Bull tied up Austrian Dominic Thiem, Italian Matteo Berrettini, and American Reilly Opelka to endorse the brand globally.


Szlachetna PACZKA

Iga and her team have been actively involved in Szlachetna PACZKA’s Noble Parcel initiative from December 2020 to 2021.



Swiss luxury watchmaker Rolex signed up the young 20-year-old Świątek as their brand ambassador in February 2021. As a child, Iga watched Roger Federer lift major trophies, and his Rolex watches remained engraved in her memory as an integral part of those historic moments. “I am thrilled to join the Rolex family. This partnership is really inspiring for me and makes me realise how far my journey went – from being a kid and watching on TV how Roger holds the trophy with his timepiece on a wrist to having my own (timepiece, not the trophy[yet?]).” wrote Iga Świątek.



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