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Interesting news today. You may have heard, a biographic film called Borg/McEnroe is in the works scheduled to release September 2017. The film, directed by Janus Metz, is a Swedish production about –...

We’ve already looked at what I’m loving for women’s tennis fashion at the 2016 U.S. Open. Let’s look at the men.  Here’s what’s caught my eye (and Brinke’s) and...

Following up on the article Brinke recently did on Roger Federer’s new off court NikeCourt line, here’s some great video via British GQ. That Roger. So stylish.More recent, related articles: Roger’s...

When you’re the GOAT, the Tennis Gods smile favorably upon you, thus cool things inevitably happen – just like James Bond [read on for that analogy]. Like the new NikeCourt x Roger Federer...

I’ll admit, I’d not heard of TravisMathew until I saw James Blake and Andy Roddick (and also Mardy Fish) start showing up at exos with a discreet, lower-case m on their attire. Blake moved...

Fila has released two new collections for men and women as we head into the big pre-spring tournaments of Indian Wells and Miami. The men’s collection is called “Adrenaline,” which is...

The upscale tennis wear brand “Australian” isn’t so well known to today’s tennis fans- but they have a long history. Despite the name, it’s an Italian line- and you can see...

Nike’s AO looks are out for its men. While the women’s looks (aside from Serena’s crop top)  are somewhat conventional as far as Nike goes, Nike has decided to experiment a bit with...

Japanese retailer Uniqlo has revealed the looks for their three men’s players at the Australian Open; Novak Djokovic, Kei Nishikori, and Shingo Kunieda.Nishikori has also re-signed with the company. “Over...

1953 men’s tennis fashion is alive on court, albeit in more conservative circles. I’ll admit I had never heard of Jaroslav Drobný until last week but he has been a fun study. The early era...