Italian Tennis Player Matteo Berrettini’s Sponsors
Italian women have dominated Italian tennis for a long time. Schiavone (2010 French Open) and Pennetta (2015 U.S. Open) were grand slam champions. But things are slowly changing with a lot of young players coming up on the men’s side.
Italian players Matteo Berrettini and Lorenzo Sonego are making a name for themselves. With Lorenzo Musetti and Jannik Sinner coming up the ranks, the future looks promising for Italy.
Big-name brands have signed up Italian players like Matteo Berrettini for big deals, hoping to cash in when the tide turns.
Lotto is an Italian sportswear manufacturer that produces sporting and casual clothing and footwear. Lotto is based in Trevignano, near Treviso. Berrettini wears Lotto apparel and shoes on the court.
Berrettini uses Head Extreme 360 MP racquets. He joins other top players such as Novak Djokovic and Sascha Zverev in endorsing the Head brand. Head is an American-Dutch sports and clothing company, which sells alpine skiing and tennis equipment. The company is headquartered in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
In addition to having a deal with Head for the racquet, Berrettini endorses Signum-Pro, a company based in Germany that offers high-quality strings for tennis racquets. Berrettini uses the Signum-Pro Firestorm strings that provide power, durability, and control.
Berrettini is a brand ambassador for the Italian watchmaker Capri. He wears Capri patches on his apparel and wears Capri watches during trophy presentations on the court.
Berrettini has a deal with Colavita, the Italian food company known for its olive oil and pasta.
Berrettini is a brand ambassador for Uliveto, a bottled mineral water company based in Italy.
Berrettini is a brand ambassador for Pulsee, which operates in the gas transportation and storage business.
Berrettini supports ActionAid, an international non-governmental organization whose primary aim is to work against poverty and injustice in the world.