He may not be No. 1 on the ATP ranking, but Roger Federer remains the No. 1 brand in tennis for corporations. Earlier this week Federer inked a new deal to become the brand ambassador of luxury champagne maker Moet.
“Yes, the secret’s finally out! I am teaming with Moët & Chandon as their new brand ambassador,” Federer wrote on his website. “Not just any champagne but the world’s most loved. This is a real honour, and as a partnership, I see it as a natural match. The House of Moët & Chandon is an absolute legend, one of the most iconic symbols of global success and style.”
The terms where not disclosed but according to reports it could be worth as much as $30 million over five years. Moet will begin featuring Federer in their campaigns starting in March 2013.
Moet joins Federer’s stable of corporations including Nike, Mercedes, Lindt, Gillette, Wilson, Jura, Credit Suisse, and Rolex.
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