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Jack Draper: Sponsors and endorsements

January 16, 2023

Son of former Chief Executive of the Lawn Tennis Association, Roger Draper, young Jack had tennis running in his blood. Hailing from Sutton, Jack made the world take note of his game when he reached the junior Grand Slam finals at the 2018 Wimbledon Championship. Although he went down in the final, a special talent was born. 

Draper made his ATP Tour debut at the 2021 Miami Open and won his first Masters 1000 match against Giles Simon the next year at the same event. He got his first taste of senior success at the Canadian Open 2022, when he took down Stefanos Tsitsipas in the second round and even reached the US Open 2022 third round later that year.

The young Brit broke into the top 40 for the first time in January 2023 as he continues his rise towards the top of the sport. 

Full name: Jack Alexander Draper
Date of birth: December 22, 2001
Place of birth: Sutton, London, UK
Nationality: British
Highest ranking: 40
Current ranking: 40
Net worth: US$3 million

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Following are Draper’s sponsorship and endorsement deals:


Draper was announced as an Official Ambassador of Vodafone UK in May 2022.

Apart from appearing in various television and social media advertisements and campaigns for the telecommunications brand, Drape also promotes his partnership with Vodafone with the Vodafone logo present on his racquet at specific events. 


Draper is also a Nike athlete. He is seen in Nike clothing during all his professional matches.


Draper has an equipment deal in place with Dunlop, which sees the latter sponsor the Brit’s racquet and also supply him with his kit bag.  

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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