Danielle Collins played college tennis at the University of Virginia. She won the NCAA singles title twice – in 2014 and 2016. After transitioning to the women’s tour, she beat some big names quickly to establish herself on the tour.
Sponsors promptly took notice and signed her up for lucrative deals. Her current sponsors include Tecnifibre, Dynasty Financial Partners, Waterdrop, and ROKiT. Collins also has her own jewelry line, Danielle Collins Jewelry.
In October 2019, she announced that she has been diagnosed with Rheumatoid arthritis. She announced that she is taking treatment and will continue to play on the tour. In 2022, she reached the finals at the Australian Open where she lost to Ashleigh Barty. She has earned over $4 million in her career.
Danielle Collins’ Sponsors
New Balance (Expired)
Collins had an apparel and shoe sponsorship deal with New Balance. She wore the New Balance Fresh Foam Lav B shoes. Her contract with New Balance expired in 2021.
Collins signed a sponsorship deal with Tecnifibre in 2023. She uses the Tecnifibre Tempo racquet. Previously, she had a racquet sponsorship deal with Babolat. She was using the Babolat Pure Aero racquet.
In 2022, Collins signed a sponsorship deal with Austrian water brand Waterdrop
ROKiT is a global telecommunication company that offers phones and entertainment packages at an affordable price. The company also sponsors Johanna Konta, Gaël Monfils, Stan Wawrinka, and Sam Querrey.
Danielle Collins Jewelry
Collins partnered with Ritani to create jewelry designs that are fun, functional, and timeless. The products range from $240 to $6000.
Dynasty Financial Partners
Dynasty Financial Partners is a wealth advisory firm that helps clients achieve their financial goals through its network of financial advisors.