Recent US Open finalist Novak Djokovic presents Sergio Tacchini‘s Fall/Winter collection:

Novak Djokovic's Tacchini photoshoot

Novak Djokovic's Tacchini photoshoot

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Nike created a limited edition Court Ballistec 2.2 in conjunction with the US Open. The shoes were sold at the US Open, with only a limited quantity available at the US Open Nike Store. Nike and Rafael Nadal played off Wilson tennis balls and applied the tennis ball material to the Court Ballistec 2.2. A perfect idea for the US Open.
The shoe features a tennis ball-like upper with a yellow sockliner, midsole, and XDR outsole. A rubber toe cap and white Swoosh add detail.
The shoes were only available in size 15 for $40. You had the option of buying a left or right shoe for $40. This is a great collector’s item, and a better buy for people that wear size 15.

Via Niketalk

Roger Federer’s day look:

2010 US Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

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Maria Sharapova’s day look:

2010 US Open: Maria Sharapova Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Maria Sharapova Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Maria Sharapova Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Maria Sharapova Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Maria Sharapova Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Maria Sharapova Nike outfit

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Rafael Nadal’s day look:

US Open 2010: Rafael Nadal Nike outfit
US Open 2010: Rafael Nadal Nike outfit
US Open 2010: Rafael Nadal Nike outfit

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Reggie Bush, David Villa & Andy Murray have joined forces with Jonny Wilkinson, Jessica Ennis and Victoria Pendleton to launch adidas new personal training app. miCoach.

Operating on mobile phone GPS coordinates the miCoach application tracks your run, it coaches you in real-time during your training session, based on pace and other information entered at setup.

miCoach offers what no other training device can: a personalised system that responds to your performance during training, in real-time, with audible coaching advice. The miCoach mobile app has different training plans to suit a range of different sports, including running, basketball, football, tennis and American Football.

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The ever smiling Scot Andy Murray:

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Transcript:

Were you easy to coach when you were young?

Once you get to a certain age you start to know how you like to train, the sort of stuff that you like to do, and before I started working with the guys I’m working with now we kind of sat down and I told them the stuff I like doing, the stuff I didn’t like doing, and the stuff that I wanted from them and then they obviously, so now its, whereas before, when I was younger I didn’t really, you don’t really have any input, it’s just your coach, because you need to be told exactly what to do, how much to train, when to train, when to warm up, you know, all that sort of stuff, so it’s a little bit different now.

What is your training schedule?

I probably spend 2 hours a day on the court, 2 hours in the gym and then you know, on top of that, I do a lot of things in terms of, I have to see the physio most days to make sure you know, I’ve got no sort of, aches and pains, and make sure I’m eating at the right times so that, and the right things so that I can train properly so, I mean, although its kind of really 4 hours of exercise, there’s a lot of other things you kind of spend probably about 10 until 5, on most days your kind of on the go.