Tennis Identity

Winning tennis whites for men

We just did a round up of some of the most innovative women’s tennis whites at Wimbledon. Today we take a look at the men’s tennis fashions. There were certainly a lot of basic white polos and crews (yawn)  but we found a few mildly ambitious styles that stand out in the sea of Wimby required white.

Roger Federer went collarless and crew-less with a Nike RF branded henley style neckline.

Jo Wilfried Tsonga’s adidas crew looked sharp with tonal bands of white woven into the fabric.

No garish shorts this time around of course but Stan Wawrinka’s Yonex polo included a couple of seams. Hello? That’s all it takes to add a little interest. Easy. So why all the plain white polos?

And not a new style but pretty rare these days at Slams, Dustin Brown went Under Armour sleeveless. The dreads certainly add attitude. Can’t help you there though.

P.S. Here’s the fab  Superman tee he wore in his press conference.





One thought on “Winning tennis whites for men”

  1. Roger Federer’s kit is the best amongst men. Jack Sock’s and Jo’s kits are good too. How about Andy Murray’s kit? I think it suits him well. Great fit.

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