The official limited edition US Open performance tennis sneaker is created for Polo Ralph Lauren by New Balance to achieve maximum performance and control on the court.

– Mesh upper for maximum breathability.
– Molded insole for comfort and shock absorption, skid-resistant neon rubber outsole for increased traction and pivoting.
– Signature pony accents the side. Printed “NB” logo at the tongue and back heel.

Ralph Lauren 2011 US Open tennis sneaker

Ralph Lauren 2011 US Open tennis sneaker
Reebok Pump Court Victory “Grand Slam” Collection

Reebok pay homage to the yearly tennis Grand Slam tour with a pack of Pump Court Victory sneakers. Once the signature sneaker of American teen prodigy Michael Chang, the collection of four sneakers each draw their respective inspirations from the Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the US Open. The sneakers should start hitting retailers soon in anticipation of the upcoming Australian Open.

Reebok Pump Court Victory “Grand Slam” Collection

Reebok Pump Court Victory “Grand Slam” Collection

Reebok Pump Court Victory “Grand Slam” Collection

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In the third game of the match, Courier runs into trouble on his serve: the game goes to 6 deuces, before Edberg breaks. From then on, it’s a perfect display of serve and volley tennis, and Edberg captures his first US Open title with a 6-2 6-4 6-0 masterpiece victory. Edberg put on one of the best performances in a Grand Slam final.

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The final was postponed to Monday due to rain, but even more rested, Djokovic couldn’t do much to prevent Nadal from winning his elusive first US Open title.

With his 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 6-2 win over Novak Djokovic, Nadal became the seventh man in tennis history to complete a Career Grand Slam, and the second male player after Andre Agassi to complete a Career Golden Slam. Nadal’s Grand Slam total is already one more than Jimmy Connors, Andre Agassi or Ivan Lendl won.

Nadal is also the first player to win the French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open the same year since Rod Laver in 1969.