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StarWing Sports signs Jannik Sinner to Intesa San Paolo

StarWing Sports announced today the signing of their player Jannik Sinner to the globally known Italian bank Intesa San Paolo in a multi-year agreement. “I am excited to share that I am partnering with Intesa San Paolo who will support me in this season as well as seasons to come. I am excited for our partnership as there will be many surprises for the tennis fans to come, so stay tuned”. Said the current world number 19.

When singing our athletes with brands we take great pride in partnering them with brands which fit their brand strategy and global market position. With Intesa San Paolo being a globally recognised bank with the strong Italian heritage, we saw this as the perfect opportunity for Jannik to build a partnership with them.

Intesa San Paolo joins Jannik’s roster of partnerships with this new ambassadorial role, with the young Italian sensations other partners being Alfa Romeo, Rolex, Lavazza, Parmigiano Reggiano, Technogym, Fastweb, Head and Nike.

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