Brands That Sponsor British Player Jan Choinski

Jan Choinski’s ATP career hasn’t been as good as his junior career. As a junior, Choinski reached the semifinals at the 2014 US Open and reached a peak ranking of world number 17.

Playing for Britain but was born in Germany, Choinski made his ATP debut in 2016. He represented Germany until 2018  when he switched his allegiance to Britain.

He found some success on the ITF and Challenger tours. On the ATP tour, he has had to play qualifying rounds due to his low rankings. 

His sponsors are AMC and Babolat. He has earned over $300,000 in his career

Jan Choinski’s Sponsors


Choinski has a clothing contract with the AMC brand


He has a racquet sponsorship contract with Babolat.

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Madrid Open Earning Headlines For All The Wrong Reasons

It’s hard to keep up with the scandals at the Madrid Open. It seems tournament director Feliciano Lopez is in over his head handling the number of issues that have come up in 2 weeks.

Cake Gate

Hometown hero Carlos Alcaraz gets a giant cake rolled onto the court. Others such as Aryna Sabalenka got a much smaller cake. Fans and players were quick to call out the tournament on how women are treated.

Female models

The tournament used models in skimpy outfits as ballgirls. It’s not the first time the tournament has tried this. This didn’t go well this time either. After the outrage, the tournament had models wearing capris instead of short skirts.

Bad Scheduling

Madrid Open had bad schedules with matches ending at 1 am with a lot of dead time during the day.

Women’s doubles finalists were not allowed to give a speech

Women’s doubles finalists were not allowed to speak during the trophy presentation. Obviously, men’s doubles finalists got to give a speech.

Watering the court to help Carlos Alcaraz

Fans didn’t miss the fact that the court was watered heavily in the final match between Carlos Alcaraz and Jan-Lennard Struff. Many fans criticized the tournament because slowing down the court helps Alcaraz.

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