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May 23, 2012, Paris, France – UNIQLO today announces that it has appointed Novak Djokovic, the world’s top-ranked male professional tennis player, as its global brand ambassador. The five-year partnership, which takes effect from today, will see Djokovic promoting the UNIQLO brand and UNIQLO clothing worldwide. The partnership will also include collaboration on future product lines, as well as co-developing the ultimate UNIQLO functional wear.
Novak Djokovic, the new global ambassador for UNIQLO
A preview of the collaboration’s first results will be seen at this year’s Roland-Garros French Open Tennis Tournament that starts on May 27, where Djokovic will debut his newly designed UNIQLO match wear to spectators in Paris and to a worldwide TV audience.
Tadashi Yanai, Chairman, President & CEO of leading global Japanese retailer Fast Retailing, commented on today’s announcement saying, “We are extremely pleased to have Novak Djokovic become UNIQLO’s global brand ambassador. We ...
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Novak Djokovic has ditched his clothing sponsor Sergio Tacchini and has now become the Global Brand Ambassador for UNIQLO, a Japanese clothing company. The five-year partnership will include collaborating on future product lines, and co-developing the ultimate UNIQULO functional wear. He will wear his first UNIQLO kit at the 2012 French Open. Novak said this about his new partnership,
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