"One of the best young players in the world," says three-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray about Dominic Stricker. He has strong baseline strokes and a great touch at the net. CTA AG is pleased to support the Swiss tennis talent as a main partner since July 2023. Dominic Stricker was born in Münsingen – the headquarters of CTA – and lives in Grosshöchstetten. The 20-year-old young talent from Bern is currently ranked 115th in the ATP world rankings. His ties to the region, his down-to-earth attitude and his passion for his sport fit very well with CTA's values as a Swiss family business.
"We are delighted to welcome Dominic Stricker to the CTA family," says Marco Andreoli, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the family-owned company CTA. "His talent and dedication to the sport are admirable and we support him on his journey and goal to reach the top in tennis. Our partnership is based on shared values such as down-to-earthness, competence and quality. We are proud to be able to accompany Dominic Stricker on his way."
Dominic Stricker started playing tennis at the age of five. He has been a member of the Swiss Tennis national squad since August 2013. In 2020, the young Bernese won the Roland Garros Junior tournament in singles and doubles. He is the first player in over 30 years to win both singles and doubles at a Grand Slam tournament. He finished 2020 as the world No. 3 in the junior rankings. In the same year, he won the Newcomer of the Year award at the Sports Awards. Two years later, he participated in all four Grand Slam qualifying tournaments. In 2023, he made his debut at Wimbledon.
Dominic Stricker's highlights for now
Winner Roland Garros Junior 2020 in singles and doubles. First player in over 30 years to win both singles and doubles at a Grand Slam tournament.
Finished 2020 as number 3 in the world junior rankings.
Awarded Newcomer of the Year at the 2020 Sports Awards.
2022 – Participate in all four Grand Slam qualifying tournaments.
Reach the ATP Top 120.
5 Challenger singles tournament victories.