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You know, the ones Roger wore at the US Open and the Masters, the Jordan ones? Not likely- you can't find them. Unless you want to take out a bank loan on eBay. Nike.com doesn't have them....

Did you know there’s a  Björn Borg sports and casualwear line? (In addition to the underwear line that started the company off.) The tenniswear line is clean and contemporary- no pinstripes,...

Fall /Winter looks in this artsy video from Stella McCartney don't include much that is specific for tennis. We've already had a look at those lines (and Caro is still wearing it). But as...

Tennis pros rarely suffer bad hair days on court. Why? Because they’ve got help. DIY and you can stop the frizz and flyaways too. Here are 5 tips from Julien Farel, the official hairstylist of the...

Below are 5 tennis fashion trends we expect to see more of in 2015: Designer specials. Spring 2014 saw the launch of Ginny Hilfiger’s tennis line for Fila, the first new street wear designer entry to...

© Getty Images It's a print Serena Williams owns (and sports) in the fullest sense. No question leopard channels her powerful attacks, guile and competitive nature. Perfection for Serena,...

If you're at the US Open be sure to stop in the American Express US Open Fan Experience to see the mini retrospective "Tennis Evolves: Racquets and Fashion" that the International Tennis...

 Daniela Hantuchová d. Romina Oprandi, 4-6 6-2 6-3. (Daniela wears adidas) Sloane Stephens at practice, she would d. Annika Beck, 6-0 6-3. (Sloane wears Under Armour) Tommy Robredo...

We wrote up Solfire's fall lines earlier this summer but had some fun with them at our latest shoot. Take a look:  The use of symbolism in this collection is absolutely unique to tennis apparel. Above,...

When it comes to creating an individual look for the court, I often look in new places. Leggings with personality are going to be BIG this fall, on the street and in the gym. Nike has produced a few...