Who are Stefanos Tsitsipas’ sponsors? Red Bull, Adidas and Wilson are his biggest backers

Stefanos Tsitsipas during a match
Stefanos Tsitsipas celebrates

Stefanos Tsitsipas has the attention of many fans and pundits alike as he lights up the ATP Tour but he has also caught the gaze of brands.

His earnings mostly come from sources very close to tennis with prize money dominating his income which is also supplemented by a few commercial partnerships.

Stefanos Tsitsipas is an Adidas-sponsored athlete whose rackets are supplied by Wilson.

He wears the German shoemaker’s flagship Adidas Barricade tennis shoe worn by a number of fellow professionals.

When it comes to his weapon of choice on court, Tsitsipas currently deploys a Wilson Blade 98 V8 strung 18 x 20.

Before Tsitsipas signed with Adidas he had been with Italians sportswear company Lotto Sport.

He is a fully-fledged member of the Red Bull athlete fraternity as well. The energy drink company are one of Tsitsipas’ sleeve sponsors on the ATP Tour alongside Comlux.

Tsitsipas enjoys a luxury watch sponsorship from Rolex and has enjoyed brief partnerships with other brands like Greek Pasta company Melissa.

Tsitsipas caused a sensation when he won the ATP Tour finals in London in 2019, but since then his best efforts in Majors have been an appearance in the 2021 French Open final to go with three last four efforts in Melbourne in his career to date.

He has won back-to-back Monte Carlos Masters titles but is not somebody who looks like he only has the game for clay underlined by his appearance in the Australian Open final earlier this season.

Tsitsipas was born into a family that are passionate about tennis with his mother being Julia Apostoli a former professional on the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) tour and his father trained as a tennis coach and has worked on his son’e team.

Generally, a likeable and apparently care-free player, Tsitsipas has also been known to have the odd emotional outburst.

He has also been accused of gamesmanship in taking long toilet breaks when opponents are on top, accusations he has denied.

Tsitsipas has fierce rivalries with Nick Kyrgios and Daniil Medvedev, accusing the former of being a bully and audibly calling the latter a ‘Bullsh*t Russian’ over a let call in a Miami Open meeting between the two in 2018.

Tsitsipas is an ATP Tour workhorse travelling extensively and racking up appearances across the globe in tournaments of wildly varying profiles.

His Instagram account hints at a playboy lifestyle as someone who clearly enjoys being out on the water in his downtime.

He also often spends time with his family as the eldest of four children.

Tsitsipas has been romantically linked to London-based marketing and branding strategist Theodora Petalas.

Petalas and Tsitsipas confirmed their relationship in March 2022 and she has been spotted in his player’s box from time to time.

She is said to be career-focused right now and the pair don’t have immediate plans to tie the knot.

Tsitsipas is closing in on combined career winnings of $21 million with his biggest single purse being the ATP Finals followed closely by his French Open finalists fee and winnings in Monaco.

Stefanos Tsitsipas’ net worth is estimated to be in the region of $25 mllion.

Stefanos Tsitsipas is the happy owner of an opulent home in Monaco’s Monte Carlo. This stunning cottage has 300 square feet of living space, with 500 square feet land on the compound. Tsitsipas has another property in Vouliagmeni, Greece, his hometown. He also has a villa on the Mykonos island. The dwellings’ cost is not known.