Tennis Identity

Monthly Archives: May 2015

Here are my top 5 choices in men’s tennis fashion at Roland Garros.  All deliver comfort, energy, class and a hefty dose of cool. As always I’m not a big fan of matching tops and bottoms...

These are the 5 best women’s tennis fashions at Roland Garros 2015 IMHO. Lots of great looks out there this year but these in particular are hitting my courtdrobe. They combine color, style and comfort...

For the first time at the French Open, Rafael Nadal is playing with his connected racquet, the Babolat PLAY Aeropro Drive. And, first time in a Grand Slam tournament, Rafael Nadal’s data are visible...

Some five years ago, Rafael Nadal started wearing a Richard Mille watch on court. That in itself was an anomaly- endorsement deal or not, most pros do not do this. They’d wear it walking on court...

Our first look at the tennis fashions planned for Roger Federer and Serena Williams in Paris were on court at Roland Garros; that was a first. Although we had a little preview of the kits planned for...

This image was released by Under Armour today- a quick check of the Tennis Warehouse UA lineup shows no Murray stuff at retail…yet. Here’s the preview of the options we looked at earlier this...

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Great story from Nike on how John McEnroe’s most distinctive shoe was never meant to see the tennis court. Learn about the creation of the Nike Air Trainer 1. McEnroe image from Esquire. Follow...

School girl style, that uniform look that pairs knee socks and short skirts – a la 80’s Britney Spears – is trending again, but this time on court.  Long a staple of  Bethany Mattek-Sands’ tennis...

Image via @AnaIvanovic on Twitter adidas Y-3, meet clay. Hope you like the way it looks on you.  The adidas Y-3 collaboration, announced earlier this spring, is finally hitting the courts it was designed...