Tennis world number one Naomi Osaka has agreed a deal with sportswear giant Nike.
Osaka has been on an incredible run of form in the past year, which has seen her win her first and second Grand Slam titles back-to-back at last year's U.S. Open and more recently at the Australian Open in January.
The Japanese star, who had previously been tied to rival Adidas, will first wear Nike gear at the Stuttgart Grand Prix, which begins on April 22.
"I'm proud to become a member of the Nike family and excited about getting involved in all of the opportunities Nike has to offer," said Osaka in the statement on Nike's website.
"Nike has a legendary track record of writing history and I look forward to being a part of those moments for many years to come." the 21-year-old went on to say.
When she overcame Serena Williams in the U.S. Open final at Flushing Meadow in September, Osaka became the first Japanese player to win one of the four major tennis titles. She then backed that victory up by winning the first Grand Slam of 2019 as well, defeating Petra Kvitova in Melbourne.