Tennis Identity

Monthly Archives: September 2016

As tennis fans, we often forget that ATP pros have hobbies outside the courts. We see them give 100 percent during their matches and can’t imagine they would want to do anything other than relax when...

And we come to the end of our four-part look at tennis attire for the last half of the last century. We’ve seen the all-white 1960s, the beginnings of The Italian Influence in the 1970s and continuing...

Novak Djokovic and Head announced the new Head Speed tennis racquet series in Milan, Italy, at his “Djokovic & Friends” event. (The friends were none other than Serena Williams, Rafael...

“Quickness is the essence of war.“ – Sun Tzu Tennis matches have become battles and so it is fitting that Sun Tzu, the great Chinese military strategist, philosopher and author of The...

The calendar says we’re just now into fall, but Nike has always marched to its own drummer, and has the Winter 2016-2017 tennis fashion line up ready for your game. Here are a few of our favorites...

In a case of “When in Rome…[Glasgow], Grigor Dimitrov and partner Tim Henman wore kilts to play doubles against Scot brothers Andy and Jamie Murray last night in Glasgow at Andy Murray’s...

Our look at tennis fashion throughout the last half of last century (1960s and 1970s) continues with the 1980s. The look in pop culture during the 1980s was vivid. Bright bold patterns and graphics in...

Outside the Ball’s correspondent Vince Spadea recently talked shop – ping with with Ana Ivanovic while she was in New York. The brands she loves? Chloé, Celiné and Jonathan Simkhai. Places...

Women want new and tennis is happy to oblige, still rolling out styles as our game plays on in Japan. Here’s Caroline Wozniacki in new adidas by Stella McCartney in Tokyo at the Toray. It’s...

Tennis legend Billie Jean King has donated her personal archives to the New-York Historical Society.  The donation includes photo, scrapbooks, equipment, even her 2009 Presidential Medal of Freedom award…the...