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SHARE THIS ARTICLEWhile many in the fashion industry continue to play with the charm tennis whites exude, here’s another brand heading in the opposite direction. Check out Fabio Fognini’s...

SHARE THIS ARTICLESpring weather beckons and we’re looking for colorful new ways to express ourselves on court. Today we turn to Athletic DNA. The brand consistently cranks out some of the most...

SHARE THIS ARTICLELong gone are the days when pros would wear the same design all year. Remember the Reebok red/blue shoulder striped design of Michael Chang? He wore that forever. Same with Borg- he wore...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEThe number one Men’s Doubles team of twins Bob and Mike Bryan have been with K-Swiss shoes/clothing for awhile, and now they have their own clothing line with the California lifestyle...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEThe 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-...

SHARE THIS ARTICLENike’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...

SHARE THIS ARTICLENike has rolled out its women’s tennis fashions for the Australian Open which is just around the corner. Here is what Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, and Genie Bouchard will...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEJapanese 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...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEHere’s the (pretty basic but unique) design for the Lacoste men at the upcoming Australian Open. Top to bottom, we have Frenchmen Benoit Paire, Jeremy Chardy, and Pierre-Hugues...

SHARE THIS ARTICLEOur long national nightmare is over. World #6 Tomas Berdych, who wore some rather crazed looks (see one below) during his stint with lifestyle clothier H&M, has signed with adidas...