UNIQLO forges partnerships with world-leading figures to promote the benefits of LifeWear globally. Reflecting UNIQLO’s core values and philosophies, these Global Brand Ambassadors notably embrace challenge in their pursuit of the highest possible achievement in their respective fields. They are universally admired for their integrity and character, and for the optimism, respect and humility they demonstrate to all.

UNIQLO combines the professional insight of its Global Brand Ambassadors with its most advanced proprietary technologies, creating apparel that supports human performance at the highest level while bringing comfort and functionality to the everyday lives of its customers. UNIQLO additionally works with its Global Brand Ambassadors to promote community engagement and development initiatives around the world.

Roger Federer


Born: August 8, 1981.
From: Basel Switzerland.

Made his ATP Tour debut in 1998, and first became ATP Tour No.1 in 2004, which he went on to maintain for a record 237 consecutive weeks. Holds the record for the most number of 20 ATP Grand Slam Titles, including a record-breaking 8 titles at Wimbledon. Arguably one of the greatest ever tennis players in history, as well as being one of the most influential figures in the sports personalities in the modern era.

Ayumu Hirano


Born: November 29, 1998
From: Murakami, Japan

Ayumu Hirano is a two-time gold medalist in the men’s superpipe competition at the Winter X Games and the winner of consecutive silver medals in the half pipe competition at the 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics.

Gordon Reid


Born: October 2, 1991.
From: Alexandria, Scotland.

Gordon Reid is the youngest national wheelchair tennis champion in the United Kingdom. He achieved that honor at age 15 in 2007, and in the same year, he led Great Britain’s junior team to win the World Team Cup. In 2016, Reid won singles titles at the Australian Open and Wimbledon and won the coveted gold medal at the Rio Paralympic games. He finished the year as the world’s number one and was honored with an MBE

Shingo Kunieda

Shingo Kunieda

Born: February 21, 1984
From: Tokyo, Japan

In 2007, Kunieda achieved the first wheelchair tennis Grand Slam in history. He is one of the world's leading wheelchair tennis players, with numerous titles and accolades including winning the 2008 Beijing Paralympics, defending at the 2012 London Paralympics, a #1 world ranking in 2014, and 8 championships at the Australian Open, where he was undefeated between 2008 and 2015.

*Japanese only
Kei Nishikori

Kei Nishikori

Born: December 29, 1989
From: Shimane Prefecture, Japan

A standout since he was a junior player, Nishikori won his first championship on the 2008 ATP tour, and in 2012 he advanced to the quarter-finals of the Australian Open. In September 2014 he became the first Japanese player in history to take 2nd at the US Open. In November of the same year, he became the first Japanese male to enter the top 5 in the world rankings. Nishikori continues to live up to his reputation as Japan's ace.

*Japanese only
Adam Scott

Adam Scott

Born: July 16, 1980
From: Adelaide, Australia

A world-class pro golfer. After placing 9th in his first Masters tournament in 2002, Scott won his first tour title at the Deutsche Bank Championship in September 2003.

In April 2013, immediately after becoming a Global Brand Ambassador for UNIQLO, he performed the exceptional feat of becoming the first Australian to win a Masters championship.

In 2005 he established the Adam Scott Foundation, which donates to causes like education for children and youths.