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The first day of the month means the countdown clock for the U.S. Open has begun. Yesterday we showed you the new Barricade 7 Novak Pro, and now adidas has revealed their new adizero and Barricade clothing...

Adidas has already unveiled their rather…distinctive look for Roland Garros, and now we’ve got the video to back it up. This clip stars Angelique Kerber, Ana Ivanovic, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Sascha...

Adidas is launching its new Australian Open Collection, tennis fashion that will be worn on court by top athletes including Ana Ivanovic, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Simona Halep and Jack Sock. The brand is on...

  adidas tennis has released some of the men’s looks that we’ll see #ImpactTheGame  at the US Open this year. Below, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is wearing new adidas Barricade and Jack Sock,...

Much like they did for Wimbledon, adidas Tennis has released a promo clip of their top tennis talent (no Wozzy?) trying on their US Open attire; Ivanovic, Halep, Sock and Tsonga. Wonder if the Wimbledon...

Prior to Wimbledon, we covered the styles the men and women would be wearing. Both of those posts featured some sharp, hi-resolution black and white images. Now we see behind the scenes just how they got...

We just did a round up of some of the most innovative women’s tennis whites at Wimbledon. Today we take a look at the men’s tennis fashions. There were certainly a lot of basic white polos...

With Andy Murray’s move to Under Armour, Jack Sock and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga assume the co-mantle of flagship adidas men’s tennis players. Here’s what Sock and Tsonga hope they will be wearing...

Image via @AnaIvanovic on Twitter adidas Y-3, meet clay. Hope you like the way it looks on you.  The adidas Y-3 collaboration, announced earlier this spring, is finally hitting the courts it was designed...

Here's a closer look at the fabulous new adidas Y-3 tennis collection which the ball kids will wear alongside Ana Ivanovic and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at Roland Garros.   Note: the shoe is clay court...