Hugo Gaston’s game is fascinating to watch. His unorthodox style of play with sliced shots on both wings and his numerous dropshots can be a nightmare for his opponents.
In 2018, Hugo Gaston won the junior Australian Open doubles title with countryman Clément Tabur. He reached a career-high junior ranking of world number two.
Since making a transition to the ATP tour, he has steadily performed well in tournaments. In 2020, he impressed his home crowd by reaching the fourth round at the French Open. In 2021, he reached his first ATP final at the Swiss Open.
It is very early in Gaston’s career and with his game, we are likely to see him go deep in many grand slams in the future. His sponsors are Adidas, Terraillon, and Wilson. He has made more than $2 million in his career.
Hugo Gaston’s Sponsors
In 2022, Gaston switched to Adidas shoes and apparel. Previously, he was sponsored by Asics. Asics is a Japanese company based in Kobe, Japan, and makes sports equipment and apparel for many sports.
Gaston has a racquet sponsorship deal with Wilson. He currently uses the Wilson Blade 98 V7.
Terraillon makes mechanical and electronic weight scales, kitchen scales, baking utensils, and connected devices.