Tennis Identity

Monthly Archives: June 2015

Updated 7/1: When you’re a seven time Slam winner (and I confess, I didn’t realize he’d won that many) you can most definitely offer a valid critique of the guys who play the game for...

I’m not a tennis pro, so I’ve never led that life. But after following the game for a long time, I have a tiny idea what they go through. Endless travel. Missed flights. Sponsor parties. Early...

Not many of us get to play on grass courts- they just don’t exist very many places anymore. But if you do get the chance, you’ll want the right shoes. Nike has them for you, too: the Nike Zoom...

With Andy Murray’s move to Under Armour, Jack Sock and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga assume the co-mantle of flagship adidas men’s tennis players. Here’s what Sock and Tsonga hope they will be wearing...

Japanese brand Uniqlo is represented in London by Novak Djokovic and Kei Nishikori- here’s what they’ll be wearing. Nothing terribly unique (which is where they got their name – Unique...

Let’s see what some of the adidas women are wearing at Wimbledon. First we have Wozzy, shown picking up her tournament gear at the adidas tennis house, with her name on the bags “in case she...

To celebrate the kick off of Wimbledon 2015, we recently ran a hashtag game on Twitter.  The call was for anything tennis in a movie name, #TennisAMovie, and the results had us laughing for hours. #TennisAMovie...

Most of us will watch Wimbledon live on TV (as opposed to being there.) If you can’t find it, you can’t watch it. (Australian Open coverage, cough cough.) From Sports Illustrated.com, here’s...

[social_warfare]There are a myriad of tennis bags on the market. Steering clear of maxed out logos and cutesy prints, here are a few Summer picks for the best tennis bags to chic up your look in a very...

  It’s a baller’s, fighter’s and tennis player’s shoe all in one. Serena Williams joined NikeCourt Club festivities this afternoon (London time) to launch her groundbreaking...