Brands That Sponsor Cameron Norrie

Cameron Norrie started representing Great Britain in 2016.  Norrie was born in South Africa, grew up in New Zealand and went to college in the United States.

With Andy Murray struggling after a hip surgery, Norrie has become the British number 1. He reached the semifinals at Wimbledon in 2022.  His biggest title came at the Indian Wells Masters in 2021.

Norrie attended Texas Christian University (TCU) in the United States. he played tennis at the NCAA Division 1 level and finished his collegiate career as the number 1 player in the division. He was the first player from TCU to be ranked number 1. His sponsors are K-Swiss, Babolat, and Rado. He has earned over $9 million in his career.

Cameron Norrie’s Sponsors


In early 2020, Cameron Norrie signed an apparel and footwear sponsorship deal with K-Swiss. He currently wears the  K- Swiss Men’s Hypercourt Supreme tennis shoes on the court. He was previously wearing Ellesse apparel and Nike footwear.


Norrie has a racket sponsorship deal with Babolat. He currently uses the Babolat Pure Strike racquets.


Rado is part of the Swatch Group, a Swiss company that makes watches and jewelry. 

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Brand Partners of Ajla Tomljanovic

Ajla Tomljanovic was born in Croatia but has been representing Australia since 2014.  She is represented by IMG’s Max  Eisenbud.  IMG recognized her potential early. She signed with IMG when she was 12.  Much of early tennis training was in Florida, where she moved when she was 13. 

She has reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon twice in her career. Her current sponsors are Original Penguin, Wilson, and NoSweat. She has earned over $6 million in her career.

Ajla Tomljanovic’s Sponsors

Original Penguin

In 2022, Ajla Tomljanovic signed a contract with Original Penguin to wear the brand’s apparel. She was previously with K-Swiss and Nike.


Tomljanovic has a racquet deal with Wilson. It’s not clear which Wilson racquet she is using.


NoSweat is a performance hat and helmet liner company that helps athletes stay sweat-free. Tomljanovic is the first tennis player to endorse the brand. 

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