Fernando Verdasco, Tennis
Model of Calvin Klein since 2010.
The professional tennis player, who was once regarded as the Spanish tennis version of David Beckham, appeared on the cover of Men’s Health newspaper in 2009 as a model. Soon after, he signed a modeling contract with Calvin Klein.
Cristiano Ronaldo, football player
Model of Emporio Armani from 2010 to the present
The transfer contract between Real Madrid and MU in 2009 made Cristiano Ronaldo the highest paid player in history. Not only that, soon after, he became the face of Emporio Armani until now.
In 2010, the Portuguese player modeled for many of the world’s leading brands in men’s and denim underwear. He also appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine of England.
Tim Tebow, rugby player
Model of Jockey from 2010 to now.
According to Jockey marketing director, confirming the rugby player is the most successful male model in the company’s advertising history, the product line he pursues is male underwear.
Mitchell Johnson, Cricket
Model of Jockey from 2009 to now.
Following Tebow, the Australian cricket star cleverly showed off his body tattoos and solid muscles as an official model for Jockey Australia’s advertising campaign for 3 consecutive years.
Michael Clarke, Cricket
Model of Bonds from 2008 to 2011.
Ranked first in the list of the 10 highest paid cricket players in the world voted by Forbes (Australia), the star was once a lingerie model for Bonds. However, some time later because he really wanted to spend more time on the team’s plans, he gave up this job. However, you can still see photos promoting his company with female athlete Pat Rafter.
Thierry Henry, football player
Model of Tommy Hilfiger from 2007 to 2009.
The French-born player has in the past been a model and designer for Tommy Hilfiger’s mid-range product, as well as the brand’s representative in France in 2007. At the present time, the former team member This NewYork Red Bull is also on Fashion ambassador of sports brand Puma.