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Alexandre Israel, Bablat CPX Global Activation Programs Manager, wears the POP. [social_warfare] Connected tennis is big business. Players looking for new ways to improve their game are turning to the...

Formal mens wear continues to influence sportswear in fun ways. Taking cues from traditional haberdashery, FILA's new Suit Up tennis line incorporates herringbone and chevron textures and mixes them...

Earlier today, we took a look at the new Fila Platinum collection styles for their sponsored women pro players Julia Goerges and Jelena Jankovic, and now we see what's in store for the men. First up,...

Nice kits boys. Looks you gotta love. Will Ferrell and Novak Djokovic brought the heat needed to defeat Kevin Spacey and Stan Wawrinka at the10th annual Desert Smash Showdown in Indian Wells earlier this...

Have you checked out the shoes on the Sony Open tennis officials? They're all wearing FILA's new Original Tennis shoe, currently available only at the Sony Open.  FILA debuted the Original...

Fila has signed an endorsement agreement with Sam Querrey. The multi-year agreement adds Querrey to an impressive roster of ATP World Tour players that have worn Fila tennis apparel since the 1970s. Querrey...

Mardy Fish and Sam Querrey broke out new spring K-Swiss at Desert Smash earlier this week. The annual event is a star studded fundraiser for Variety – The Children's Charity and is considered...

The US men of K-Swiss will each be wearing something a little different this year, offering a look at the full new K-Swiss men's tennis line. American #1, Mardy Fish, will be competing in the Stripes...

   Prince tennis has announced its new performance racquets for 2011. The updated racquet line includes: Three EXO3 Tour models (EXO3 Tour 100 (16×18 string pattern), EXO3 Tour 100...

It was a big weekend for Prince, a hat-trick of sorts. Albert Montanes (pictured left) took down Roger Federer Saturday and then Frederico Gil in the finals Sunday in Estoril Portugal. Montanes wore...