Sergio Tacchini's Rome 2017 collection

Italian brand Sergio Tacchini unveiled its new Victory collection on sale on shop.tacchini.com.

Some of the greatest tennis champions have been sponsored by Sergio Tacchini in the past: Pete Sampras, Mats Wilander, Novak Djokovic but also Martina Navratilova, Gabriela Sabatini and Martina Hingis.
Founded in 1966, the brand immediately introduced a great innovation in style, using colours and stripes at a time when tennis players exclusively wore white. Tacchini’s iconic outfits include McEnroe’s Ghibli jacket and Sampras’ archer polo.

Sergio Tacchini Roma collection

Sergio Tacchini's Roma 2017 collection

Sergio Tacchini Victory collection

Dominic Thiem, Madrid 2017

After his finals in Barcelone and Madrid, Dominic Thiem appears as a serious Roland Garros contender. How far do you think he can go on the French clay courts?

Dominic Thiem.

Dominic Thiem.

Dominic Thiem.

Dominic Thiem.
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Stan Wawrinka, Madrid 2017

Stan Wawrinka had some good results on hard courts earlier this year with a semifinal at the Australian Open and a final at Indian Wells, but his results on clay are disappointing so far to say the least: he lost to Pablo Cuevas in the third round in Monte Carlo and to Benoit Paire in the second round of the Madrid Open.
Do you think he can regain his form and win the French Open?

Check out a few pictures from Wawrinka’s practice sessions in Madrid:

Stan Wawrinka.

Stan Wawrinka.

Stan Wawrinka.

Stan Wawrinka.

Stan Wawrinka.
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Andy Murray at practice Madrid Open 2017

Number one Andy Murray struggles to rediscover his form after his elbow injury, as he lost to recent Marrakech champion Borna Coric 6-3 6-3 in the last 16 of the Madrid Open. Do you think he will be at his best come Roland Garros time?

Enjoy a few pictures from Andy at practice with Feliciano Lopez and Stan Wawrinka:

Andy Murray

Andy Murray

Andy Murray
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Pablo Carreno Busta, winner of the Estoril Open 2017

Finalist last year, Pablo Carreno Busta defeated Gilles Muller in straight sets 6-2 7-6 to win his third career title.

“It’s my first title on clay, so I’m really happy,” said Carreno Busta. “It wasn’t an easy match today because of his serve and also the volley, but I was confident with my serve. He served better in the second set, but I played better in the tie-break.”

The number one seed didn’t drop a set all week and had convincing wins over Tommy Robredo, defending champion Nicolas Almagro, and David Ferrer. With this victory, Pablo makes his return to the top 20, climbing three positions to number 18 in the world.

Gilles Muller who captured his first ATP title earlier this year in Sydney, was also pleased with his performance:

“My performance was fine in the second set, but I had a really tough time getting into the match in the first set. He was putting pressure on me and not missing many balls,” said Muller. “I think I could have played better, but he was just too good.”

Estoril Open, 07.05.2017 - The Finals!

Estoril Open, 07.05.2017 - The Finals!

Estoril Open, 07.05.2017 - The Finals!

Estoril Open, 07.05.2017 - The Finals!
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