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Karin at Tennis Identity

Karin is a long time tennis fan and player whose passion was ignited by an admiration for Chris Evert, fascination with John McEnroe and passion for a certain Swede. She is obsessed with tennis fashion, gear and the power of dress. Student of cultural history, stylist, PR pro, part Swede, and pure foods devotee. Graduate of Colby College.

New 2017 US Open styles are rolling in! We’re loving the fresh tennis fashions Lacoste has planned for the 2017 Open. The Men Jaunty new graphics make the men’s polos really stand out this...

Here are the speeches given by Andy Roddick and Kim Clijsters at their 2017 induction into the International Tennis Hall of Fame on Saturday, July 22. Andy Roddick Kim Clijsters Prior to the ceremonies...

USTA Foundation, the national charitable arm of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), has announced that it has granted 31 high school students a variety of college scholarships totaling $300,000. Image...

Today marks a landmark occasion for adidas which, with the launch of its first-ever laceless performance running silhouette, continues to challenge convention and once again sets new boundaries. Inspired...

Swedish sportswear brand Björn Borg is diving into politics with an anti border walls message cleverly communicated with a tennis match being called the Borg Open. Each player played the match within...

She plays again today and I am sure she welcomed the weekend’s interlude. Number 10 seed, Venus Williams just needed one hour and thirty minutes to see off Japanese rising star Naomi Osaka. Making...

You might not know their name. But you’ve seen that logo before. The kangaroo. The brand name says Australian (hence the logo) but the lineage is pure old-school Italian luxury sportswear and we...

The U.S. Postal Service has released first-of-a-kind stamp collection with the look — and feel — of actual balls used in eight popular sports. Available nationwide now, the Have a Ball! Forever stamps...

It has been 14 years since an American man hoisted a tennis Grand Slam trophy, but a revival looks to be underway with nine U.S. players ranked in the ATP’s Top 100, none more promising than the...

Summer is synonymous with tennis whites and June opens the door to the season.  Like sails on the ocean, white looks beautiful on court (especially grass). Most tennis apparel maintains its looks for...