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The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals kick off Sunday in London. Which apparel line will take the spotlight (along with its endorser)? Notice the lineup in the above image; no one maker dominates....

Relative newcomer to tennis fashion, Monreal is a high-end London-based sportwear brand that caters to those who care about luxury style as much as their tennis game. Take a look at Monreal’s new...

© Getty Images© Getty ImagesRoger Federer plays world #1 Rafael Nadal Sunday in London at the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals. Tennis aristocrats, on blue courts in blue kits. Our game will...

Inspired by Roger Federer's signature style both on and off the court, the new Nike "Savile Row" Zoom Vapor 9 Tour LE is born. This limited edition version of the Vapor 9 is an homage to...

Wimbledon offers a visual cleansing after the clay court season's color show. Back again now to tennis tradition and the zen that is white on green. Although fashion continues its love affair with...

Congratulations to Serena (2x) and Venus Williams who took home Olympic tennis gold and made wearing red white and blue look so darn good. A perennial avoider of this color palette (I love our flag but...

Although early sources said otherwise, new information indicates that Olympic athletes must wear their country's team uniforms (no matter what the brand) during opening ceremonies and on the medal...

Stella McCartney, creative director for team Great Britain, has just revealed the new adidas kits for British athletes at the Olympics 2012 in London. Each look focuses on the Union flag, breaking down...

Andy Murray will have a new look when he steps on court at the O2 in London Sunday. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga too. The polo shirt print (left) looks to be a modern twist on a Scottish plaid but is far more suitable...

adidas has just announced the new barricade 7.0 tennis shoe. Pictured is the model Andy Murray will wear in London at the ATP Masters Finals. Win a pair for your game by leaving a note for Andy below or...