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28 March 1985


Saint Barthelemy, Switzerland





Stan Wawrinka is the epitome of dedication and ambition, making him the ideal partner for LCG. He is a player with undeniable mental strength, impressive footwork and a powerful one-handed backhand of razor-sharp precision, which has taken him to the top of his sport.

Having taken up the sport at the age of 8, Wawrinka turned pro at 17. Since then he has clinched three Grand Slam titles, an Olympic Gold medal and a Davis Cup trophy, establishing the 31 year old as a true global sports star.

“I am honoured to become the Global Brand Ambassador for LCG. LCG has a strong heritage in its market and a commitment to building its business into a world class player.”

- Stan Wawrinka

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The perfect match

  • Professionalism

    A constant presence at the top of his profession. A never-give-in attitude is essential to succeed
  • Ambition

    Wawrinka is the epitome of dedication and ambition, the ideal partner for LCG
  • Confidence

    Belief is the first step to success, you can never let your confidence drop
  • Mentality

    A player with undeniable mental strength, unflappable in high-pressure situations, never losing his cool
  • Skill

    An explosive one-handed backhand of razor-sharp precision and impressive footwork
  • Commitment

    We all have differing abilities, to be the best and stay consistent you need a hard working attitude and regular practice
"I am truly delighted that Stan Wawrinka will be the Global Brand Ambassador for LCG for the 2017 season and beyond. We look forward to celebrating his success as he takes his place among the tennis elite."
Charles-Henri Sabet, LCG Group CEO

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