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From The Courts To The Streets: Nike Spring 2014 tennis tees

Make sure to check out the latest t-shirts accompanying Nike’s Australian Open 2014 performance collection in case you need something to wear after leaving the courts (or to practice of course).

Nike 2014 AO Mens Spring Advantage TShirtsThe Spring UV Advantage Crew has a wild geometric print and is available in Black w/ Cool Grey, Night Factor (a dark teal) w/ Light Crimson, and White w/ Cool Grey. This print can do double duty for your regular wardrobe; throw a denim jacket over this shirt and you’re good to go. $55 USD (it's all performance).

Nike Men's Legends Never Die skull t shirtEspecially with the news of the slew of ex-pros coming on board to coach on the ATP Tour (see: Djokovic working with Becker, Federer with Edberg, and Chang with Nishikori) – it’s always good to tip our hats to champions of yore. Nike mines the legend of John McEnroe with this graphic skull crowned with the temperamental lefty’s signature unruly ‘do. Available in Night Factor w/ Dark Grey Heather and Dark Heather Grey, $35. 

Nike 2014 AO Mens Advantage Rafa TShirtsWe’re used to seeing bright colors and bold patterns with anything related to Rafael Nadal tees, so we’re intrigued by this calm take on the energy of both Rafa and his fans. The “Advantage Rafa” crewneck has the Spaniard’s name surrounded by the words “intensity,” “respect,” and “King of Clay.” Available in Black, Diffuse Jade (light green), and Light Crimson, $35.

Nike 2014 AO Mens Dont Forget TShirtThe tongue-in-cheek motivational message behind the “Don’t Forget Your Balls” crewneck t-shirt – reminding players to come prepared with all their equipment – comes in Dark Heather Grey, Crimson, and Cyber (Yellow), $35.

Nike 2014 AO Mens Just DO It TShirtThe classic Nike slogan appears in this Spring 2014 tee, with the “O” replaced by a sharp-tooth creature chomping on a tennis ball. Just do it is available in Night Factor, Light Heather Grey, Dark Heather Grey, and Crimson, $35.

— Erwin Ong

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