Last year at the ATP Finals, a panel of the Top 8 men’s players unanimously voted Jannik Sinner’s Gucci bag making its Wimbledon debut as the tour’s “Best Walk-Out” moment—but the Italian’s latest on-court accessory at Roland Garros may be set to top that.

The world No. 2 took the court on Monday against Christopher Eubanks rocking a one-of-a-kind duffle bag that perfectly blended sportswear and luxury fashion, created by the House of Gucci in collaboration with his racquet sponsor Head.

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Featuring Head’s leading performance materials as well as Gucci’s signature green and red Web stripe, Sinner is set to carry the white leather bag at all competitions this season.


Sinner’s partnership with Gucci dates back to 2022, when he first became its global brand ambassador—but the House’s ties to tennis go back even further, with Gucci unveiling its first tennis-inspired pieces back in the 1970s.

Gucci, a Kering-owned brand, signed Sinner back when he was still a rising star ranked outside the Top 10—a visionary ace after seeing his 2024 Australian Open victory send him to the top of the game, not to mention grant him near mythical hero status in Italy.

The relationship between the Florence-based fashion house and the San Candido native reached new heights last year, when Sinner made history by bringing Gucci’s signature monogram duffle bag on court at Wimbledon. The brand famously needed to get special approval from the ATP, ITF and Wimbledon before taking it with him to Centre Court.

After his first-round win at Roland Garros, Sinner is seen wearing another high-end accessory: a Rolex Submariner Date watch.

After his first-round win at Roland Garros, Sinner is seen wearing another high-end accessory: a Rolex Submariner Date watch. 

Most recently, Sinner was featured in the brand’s latest campaign, ‘Gucci is a feeling’. Shot through the reportage-style lens of Riccardo Raspa, the campaign highlights the connection between tennis and the House’s heritage.

With his latest on-court accessory in tow, Sinner had little trouble moving past Eubanks on Monday, winning 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 on Court Suzanne Lenglen. It was Sinner’s first match in nearly a month after struggling with a hip injury that forced him out of Madrid and had him skipping his home tournament in Rome.

After arriving in Paris with question marks surrounding his fitness, Sinner’s strong performance boosts confidence in his quest for a second Grand Slam title—and puts him back in the running to finish the fortnight as the ATP’s new world No. 1. He could overtake Novak Djokovic by reaching his first final in Paris, but there are other scenarios where the Italian walks away with the new ranking milestone, too.

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“I know the scenarios, yes, but it's not about this at the moment,” Sinner told press after his first-round win. “For sure it's a dream, yes, but in another way, I'm very relaxed.

“If it happens, it's great and I'm very happy. If not, I am very young still. Hopefully I can get to that point, and I'm just looking forward to compete again in two days and we'll see how I feel there on court.”

Sinner, the No. 2 seed, will take on France’s Richard Gasquet on Court Philippe Chatrier on Wednesday in the second round at Roland Garros.