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Category Archives: Men’s Tennis Fashion

Make a statement on court. Find our men’s tennis fashion picks and recommendations below.

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Interesting news today. You may have heard, a biographic film called Borg/McEnroe is in the works scheduled to release September 2017. The film, directed by Janus Metz, is a Swedish production about –...

Men’s tennis warm ups can be sexy in that they very discreetly cover the power and talent that is a player’s body. Worn well they exude confidence and can look a bit like a uniform which always...

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...

It’s almost officially fall, although it may still be fairly warm where you are. Nonetheless, it’s time to think about cooler temps if you’re playing outside rather than moving under...

Stan Wawrinka is indeed The Man after his big win Sunday in New York City, defeating defending champ Novak Djokovic to win the U.S. Open. And while you might not possess his deadly backhand, you can wear...

We’ve already looked at what I’m loving for women’s tennis fashion at the 2016 U.S. Open. Let’s look at the men.  Here’s what’s caught my eye (and Brinke’s) and...

Tennis wristbands have long been a staple of the game. Double that. Double wide wristbands (6 ” long vs. the standard 3″) are trending. I first noticed them on Andy Murray. They are now everywhere...

World #8 Marin Cilic, fresh off his big win over Andy Murray in Cincinnati, is returning home, sort of- in more ways than one. Cilic is back in New York City, home of his first Grand Slam title, the 2014...

Reprising his Wimbledon line of emoji shirts, Nike has released a series of U.S. Open Roger Federer emoji shirts- even though Roger’s sitting this one out to rehab for next year. Take a look! (These...

Roger Federer will miss the U.S. Open this year, but the rest of Team Nike will be well represented by Rafa Nadal, Jack Sock, and Grigor Dimitrov. Let’s see what Nike’s on and off court line...