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The Wimbledon dress code police have once again flagged a player for an apparel infraction. Gotta be all-white attire. No exceptions. This time though, it wasn’t what they were wearing as an outfit,...

EleVen By Venus’s top endorser, Venus Williams has just announced what she will be wearing to Wimbledon. No prints for this tournament, of course. Just pristine white as the tournament demands. Look...

Nike’s released its lineup for Wimbledon, the one Slam where Nike just can’t mess with the color schemes. They can mess with the styling, though, as we saw last year. First the men: (Note that...

Fila has released its line up for Wimbledon. The first thing you’d have to say about these styles is, they do take the Wimbledon white rule seriously. These are classic retro looks that will be in...

Yesterday we gave your your first look at the Team Adidas look for Wimbledon. Now we get to see what the Adidas by Stella McCartney Barricade line looks like. Their flagship players, are, of course, Caroline...

Venus William’s new Seamless line for EleVen is made for summer fitness, seamlessly going from pilates, to tennis or the gym. These fitness fundamentals are space dyed and woven with Pro–Dri,...

Tennis Identity is happy to be the first to bring you these new (other than Djokovic) images for the Lacoste Wimbledon line. Just classic white, as it should be. What I love about Lacoste this go round...

With the French Open in the tennis rearview mirror, it’s time to focus on the grass court season, and that big event in London. Adidas has a full stable of stars including Angelique Kerber, Kristina...

Those that love the look of tennis fashion classics (and that includes me) will very likely agree with Brinke’s picks at Roland Garros. Here are few other noteworthy tennis fashions fresh from the...

The first week has wrapped up in Paris. How have the major brands scored in terms of visibility? Nike has taken the biggest hit as three of their big four are sitting this one out, but the ever-present...