How Many Sponsors Does Emma Raducanu Have?

Emma Raducanu is a British professional tennis player who was born on November 13, 2002, in Toronto, Canada.

She is the current British No. 1. She reached a career-high ranking of No. 11 by the Women’s Tennis Association on April 25, 2022.

Raducanu is the reigning US Open champion and since Virginia Wade in the 1977 Wimbledon Championships, she is the first British woman to win a Grand Slam singles title.

Born in Toronto and raised in London, Raducanu made her WTA Tour debut in June 2021. With a wildcard entry at Wimbledon, ranked outside the top 300, she was able to reach the fourth round in her first major tournament.

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Emma Raducanu

Raducanu became the first singles qualifier in the Open Era to win a Grand Slam title at the US Open two months later, beating Leylah Fernandez in the final without dropping a set in the tournament.

It was the second Grand Slam tournament of her career.

Raducanu holds the Open Era record for the fewest majors played before winning a title.

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Is Emma Sponsored By Nike?

Yes, the young British professional tennis player has an apparel and footwear sponsorship deal with American sportswear giant Nike.

As part of her sponsorship, Raducanu sports Nike jerseys and shoes on the court and advertises the brand’s products on her social media channels.

Is Emma Raducanu Sponsored By Wilson?

Raducanu is the face of many global brands including Wilson.

How Many Sponsors Does Emma Raducanu Have?

Raducanu is a brand ambassador for ten companies; Nike, Wilson, Tiffany & Co, Dior, Evian, British Airways, Sports Direct, Vodafone, Porsche, and HSBC.

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The contracts range from three to five years in duration and are worth tens of millions of pounds.

List Of Emma Raducanu Sponsors

  • Nike – $125,000
  • Wilson – $125,000
  • Tiffany & Co – $2.5m
  • Dior – $2.5m
  • Evian – Unknown
  • British Airways – $1.2m
  • Sports Direct – Unknown
  • Vodafone – $3.7m
  • Porsche – Unknown
  • HSBC – Unknown