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SHARE THIS ARTICLERafa Nadal cruised to his 16th Grand Slam singles title today, defeating Kevin Anderson 6-3 6-3 6-4 to win the US Open, his third in New York. To commemorate his win, Nike has a new shirt...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEBack in the day, Björn Borg cranked out his eleven Grand Slam titles in his iconic Fila outfits. (“Iconic” is an overused buzz word, but as far as tennis fashion goes, it’s...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEYou’ve read about Hydrogen on these pages before, the decidedly edgy high-end Italian line targeting millennials. These guys aren’t afraid to shake up the status quo. Hydrogen...

SHARE THIS ARTICLENikeCourt has released the looks we’ll be seeing on the courts of Flushing Meadow (You already know about the new Federer/Jordan shoe shoe and the Maria Sharapova/Riccardo Tisci...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEDo you know the name Noah Rubin? If you don’t…you will soon. Rubin is a 21 year old rising #NextGen star and elite tennis player from Long Island, New York who has just signed...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEI’ve talked for years about the exposure opportunities sportswear fashion designers have had on what I refer to as the court walk. Players wear the same outfit, sometimes for two...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEI love the lines Fila produces that stick with the traditional blocks of colors, and that’s primarily what we are going to see on Team Fila for the season’s final Slam in...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEAdidas has unveiled even more Pharrell Williams designed US Open 2017 outfits for their top touring pros. This group is called the “Inline adidas Tennis Collection by Pharrell Williams”...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEBig morning for tennis news from the folks at adidas. Wimbledon winner Garbiñe Muguruza will debut a totally new Pharrell Williams line at the US Open…and she’s not the only...

SHARE THIS ARTICLENew 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...