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Canadian tennis star Milos Raonic will try his hand at a different sport tonight at the Ricoh Coliseum Toronto for the 2016 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game. (Genie Bouchard will also be there.) You can watch...

When Bjorn Borg started his tennis career, he wore Slazenger or Fred Perry clothing- at least that’s what most of the photos suggest. I remember one TV interview with Borg and the great Fred Perry;...

Throughout the year, adidas has released special edition Barricade models to celebrate the shoe’s 15th anniversary; all have a wall theme. February brought us the Saksaywaman, April saw the release...

Back in the day (again, kids- ask your parents) tennis pros wore the same gear all year. They might have something new for the US Open, and it was always white at SW19- but otherwise, it was usually the...

John McEnroe could be looking to join Head Tennis, and indeed these photos from the US Open website seem to back that up. A Eurosport viewer commenting in this forum noted that he watched “Mats Wilander...

Fashion week in New York means every designer in the city is looking for attention.  Stella McCartney, the only high fashion designer designing for tennis this season, won fall’s NYFW competition...

Usually the battles are fought on court. This battle, though, is being fought through social media. It seems that Andy Murray, despite his comprehensive UA deal, is still wearing his longtime adidas Barricade...

Here’s what Roger and Rafa are wearing at the US Open- for day matches. Nike offers night and day styles for its top ranked players. Federer’s day design is busy (for him) with different...

On one hand, we have the conservative look. (Disclaimer: My preference? Borg, Fed or go home.) American Donald Young is going back to a 1970s classic. I remember seeing these on the Terrace Park Swim Club...

[social_warfare]Wilson tennis has unveiled the Glide,  the biggest innovation in tennis shoes in years. Sliding is a big part of today’s super physical tennis game; problem is it’s tough to...