“The goal for my footwear and apparel is always lightness, comfort and style. What I’m wearing has to look good, be as breathable as possible and let me be faster to the ball. “You can see in what I’m wearing for London that we’ve honored the tradition and elegance of this tournament, but that there is still real innovation in the fabrics and tailoring of my apparel that reflects my personal style and gives me the best chance of winning.”
14-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal will compete in London wearing the 2014 Premier Rafa Crew, redesigned Nike Premier Rafa Jacket, and the Nike Gladiator Premier 7-inch Shorts.
— Tomáš Berdych (@tomasberdych) May 20, 2014
It reminds me of the Hawaiian shorts Pat Rafter wore in the 90’s. Do you like Tomas’ outfit?
He made a really wise business decision to part with Nike, he’s not just another Nike sponsored athlete anymore: he is H&M first tennis ambassador, collaborates with the company design team to develop the collection, and makes a name for himself.
Prior to Roland Garros tournament, Tomas visited the H&M Champs Elysees store in Paris to meet fans and celebrate the launch of his updated tennis collection. Check out the collection on H&M website.
Photo credit: H&M
Novak Djokovic stopped by the brand new UNIQLO Le Marais store in Paris on Thursday 22, to unveil his Roland Garros kit and meet a few selected fans.
Novak Djokovic Uniqlo collection is available online and at Uniqlo Paris Opéra and Uniqlo Le Marais.
Continuing its Grand Slam-inspired Air Tech Challenge II releases, Nike has unveiled this “French Open” colorway of Andre Agassi‘s iconic signature shoe.
The design is inspired by the outfit Andre Agassi wore when he reached the final at Roland Garros in 1990.
Source: 290 SQM
The Nike Air Tech Challenge II “French Open” will release at SneakersNStuff on Friday, May 30th.
Richard Gasquet switched from Lacoste to Le Coq Sportif in January. Here is a look at Richard Roland Garros outfit: