Tennis Identity

Monthly Archives: January 2016

The important numbers here: 2, 6, 11. Novak Djokovic claimed his second straight Australian Open title..his sixth title Down Under, and eleventh Slam title overall, by defeating Andy Murray 6–1, 7–5,...

In her first round match at the Australian Open, Angelique Kerber was within one point of departing the tournament. One point. In the first round. Fast forward to last night, and oh BTW, she now joins...

Nike introduced the Flare last summer at Wimbledon for Serena Williams. That color scheme was a little more understated due to the rules of engagement at SW19. This latest Flare version is called the BHM...

It’s timely that the FDA recently released new dietary guidelines. A year ago I was alarmed by high blood sugar and cholesterol readings surrounding a routine physical. Hard to believe as I considered...

The upscale tennis wear brand “Australian” isn’t so well known to today’s tennis fans- but they have a long history. Despite the name, it’s an Italian line- and you can see...

As the kits roll out in Australia it’s clear that tennis fashions are still wide reaching in personality. You want classic? You got it. Retro 70’s? No problem. Radical prints? Yup. Common...

How quickly it can happen and after traveling halfway around the world.  Tough loss yesterday for Venus Williams in Melbourne. Let’s take a look though at her latest tennis dress. It’s a...

Fila’s Platinum tennis fashion collection features one of the wildest tennis dress designs in years. Tennis purists will shy away but you cannot deny this one’s statement-making impact....

FILA tennis is sending its men out onto the Aussie courts wearing all new Platinum collection. The line blends a series of energetic prints and textures for an ultra-advanced effect. Electric blue grids...

One of the cool things about being a top level tennis pro is getting your own signature shoe. As far back as I can remember, Stan Smith and Rod Laver were the first players to get their own shoe, both...