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Today marks a landmark occasion for adidas which, with the launch of its first-ever laceless performance running silhouette, continues to challenge convention and once again sets new boundaries. Inspired...

Another new racket line ahead and we really like the look and sound of this one. Wilson tennis has announced their new Ultra line which is said to deliver more power than the previous Ultra while maintaining...

Wilson has joined with Nike in celebrating Roger Federer’s 8th Wimbledon title. Tonight at the Wimbledon Champion’s Dinner, Federer signed eight of these gleaming white Historic Limited Edition...

Tomáš Berdych battled his way to the Wimbledon semi-finals wearing the signature adidas tennis shoe of Novak Djokovic, one of his opponents in Berdych’s rise through the draw. The adidas shoe is...

Victoria Azarenka is back on the tour, returning to action after maternity leave. She’s left behind her Wilson frame and is playing at Wimbledon with a Yonex racquet, Yonex accessories, and Pro Series...

Summer is synonymous with tennis whites and June opens the door to the season.  Like sails on the ocean, white looks beautiful on court (especially grass). Most tennis apparel maintains its looks for...

Just in time for Roland Garros Wilson has rolled out new 2017 Limited Edition (LE) Blade and Burn racket lines, and they’re….well, VERY bright. Kei Nishikori and David Goffin will play with...

While Roger Federer has been hanging out, skipping the clay and prepping for Wimbledon grass, Wilson has been busy getting ready to release a new retro-inspired tennis racquet branded with Fed’s...

Adidas has released two new casual sneaker designs that pay homage to some of their best-selling sneakers from back in the day, including one that still sells like gangbusters. These are called the “Tennis...

We haven’t even started on the French clay yet, but Babolat’s massive marketing machine rolls on towards London and this year’s Championships at Wimbledon. Let’s see what they’ve...