Canadian tennis star and U.S. Open victor Bianca Andreescu has marked an agreement with the Swiss extravagance watch maker Rolex.
“Excited to announce that I’m officially a part of the Rolex family,” Andreescu tweeted out. “Can’t wait to get to work with the Rolex team.”
Andreescu’s down is set apart by coarseness and assurance in delivering rebounds and these characteristics are appealing for significant promoting mammoths. Also, Andreescu has a triumphant character, which shone through in visitor appearances on American TV following her U.S. Open triumph.
Not long after she won her first title at Indian Wells in March, a Canadian vegetarian eatery network, Copper Branch, marked an underwriting manage Andreescu for a year at a detailed $50,000.
Pierre Gagnon, partner at Generation Agency, which speaks to the veggie lover organization, said this back in May when the arrangement with Copper Branch was declared: “Thinking about Bianca’s athletic potential, ability and assurance in her game, this cooperation with Copper Branch was a conspicuous fit as it agreed with the brand’s natural qualities in continually offering its best in an aggressive situation.”
This arrangement was viewed as a deal in light of the fact that the understanding was come to before the stature of her notoriety.
Andreescu, 19, proceeded with her astounding keep running in the late spring, winning the Rogers Cup in Toronto and later turning into the principal Canadian ever to win a Grand Slam singles title at the U.S. Open.
Andreescu is presently the substance of Canadian tennis.
Notwithstanding Rolex, Andreescu has sponsorship manages Nike, BMW and tennis gear producer Head, and their recharging expenses are relied upon to hop when the present arrangements slip by.
Rolex has a significant nearness in the games world with supports in golf, engine sports, tennis and yachting. A portion of the world’s most celebrated competitors pitch Rolex watches, including Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Roger Federer and Lindsey Vonn.
Andreescu’s specialist, Jonathan Dasnières de Veigy, at games the executives organization Octagon Sports and Entertainment Network, told the Globe and Mail in September that Andreescu’s prosperity came quicker than anticipated, and he is turning down offers since they need to be particular and structure the correct associations.
“Honestly, we didn’t think that day would come so soon, but now she’s arrived, we’re in a position where we don’t need to rush,” Dasnières de Veigy said. “First and foremost, we want to ensure that Bianca is at the peak of her game as a professional athlete. Our job is to keep her life as simple as possible, so she can focus on tennis.”
Andreescu started the season with just around $215,000 in profession income. The adolescent’s income have now hopped past the $6 million imprint.
The Canadian, who is No. 5 in the WTA world rankings, had a 17-coordinate series of wins snapped by Naomi Osaka in the quarterfinals of the China Open in Beijing prior this month. Andreescu has equipped for the year-end WTA Finals.
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