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This is a quality mid-weight warm up for the guy who likes a clean cut, tailored look.  The pieces are sold as separates but together make a sharp, very comfortable combination. Both jacket and...

David Ferrer did his sponsor proud with his April win in Valencia. Color was everywhere looking pretty spectacular atop the rich clay surface. Here, left he wears the Lotto Men’s Kontact Crew ($36.99...

Reebok’s new modern active lifestyle collection (discussed in more detail here: women’s post) combines technical innovation with athletic design to deliver enhanced performance to athletes...

Remember the rooster? Le Coq Sportif brings back the look of 1980’s tennis with a line of  Yannick Noah era men’s shirts. Made of 100 percent cotton these well made shirts fit like the...

We couldn’t leave out the men. Prince’s Aerotech line has been recently seen on the likes of Albert Montanes pictured here in the Aerotech Trend Crew 2 ($45) and Trend Short ($40) and Vincent...

Yup, a red shirt but it’s a really good one, perfect red, not too orange or bright. It’s got classic style but with light, moisture wicking performance fabric it’s meant for real play....

While players down south are trying to keep cool in the growing heat, their northern peers are just coming outside to play, bundled up with sweatshirts and wind breakers. Tough way to play but it feels...

Raphael Nadal’s tennis identity is uniquely his. Pictured here at the 2008 ATP Dubai Tennis Championship he is wearing the signature 3/4 pants and sleeveless muscle baring top that define his look...

Last year he wore all black. We thought it looked pretty darn good but it didn’t help a win. This year it was a different color and a different ending. Andy Roddick earned his first title of the...

Novak Djokovic was wearing the adidas Edge Tee ($40.00 U.S.D.) and men’s Edge Bermuda shorts ($45.00 U.S.D.) when he took Federer and Tsonga down at the Aussie Open. This Spring ’08 look boasts...