David Goffin Roland Garros outfit

David Goffin and Gaël Monfils share the same clothing sponsor but not the same expectations for the upcoming Roland Garros. Goffin reached the semifinals in Barcelona and quarterfinals in Monte Carlo and Rome, while Monfils’ best result during the clay season remains a second round in Madrid. How far do you think they can go at Roland Garros?

David Goffin Roland Garros outfit

Gael Monfils Roland Garros outfit

asics tennis collection is available online.

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Roland Garros 2018: Kei Nishikori's outfit

Kei Nishikori came back after a 5-month injury hiatus and started his 2018 season by playing challenger tour events. He’s had quite a few good results since then on the main tour with a semifinal in New York, a final in the Monte Carlo Masters, and wins over Dimitrov, Cilic and Zverev.
He will try to match his best result in Roland Garros (quartefinals in 2015 and 2017) wearing a similar outfit to the one he wore last year in Paris, but in a different color range. The shirt is available in two colors: white and pink.

Kei Nishikori's Roland Garros outfit

Kei Nishikori's Roland Garros outfit

Kei Nishikori's Roland Garros outfit

Kei Nishikori's Roland Garros outfit

Kei Nishikori's Roland Garros outfit

It seems Kei’s outfit is only available for sale in Japan.

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Roland Garros 2018: Lucas Pouille outfit

Lucas Pouille, France’s best-ranked male player, will hit the Parisian courts wearing adidas Climachill Tee and Short from the adidas Roland Garros line:

Roland Garros 2018: Lucas Pouille outfit

Roland Garros 2018: Lucas Pouille outfit

Roland Garros 2018: Lucas Pouille outfit

Roland Garros 2018: Lucas Pouille outfit

The adidas Roland Garros collection is available online at http://www.adidas.com/tennis.

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Dominic Thiem Roland Garros outfit

It’s that time of the year again, Roland Garros is just around the corner! Rafa Nadal will go for the undecima, a mind-blowing 11th Roland Garros title, while Simona Halep will be looking to finally win her maiden Grand Slam title.
Check out our Roland Garros guides, relieve some of the biggest defeats and triumphs of the past, and of course share your pictures, videos and stories!

Roland Garros visitor’s guide:

A trip down memory lane:

1956: First time at Roland Garros for Rod Laver

1960-1969:
Portrait of Manuel Santana, first Spaniard to capture a Grand Slam title in 1961
1967: Françoise Durr defeats Lesley Turner
1969: Rod Laver defeats Ken Rosewall

1970-1979:
Portrait of 6-time Roland Garros champion Bjorn Borg
Portrait of Adriano Panatta, the only player to beat Bjorn Borg at Roland Garros
1978: Virginia Ruzici defeats Mima Jausovec
1978: Bjorn Borg defeats Guillermo Vilas
Roland Garros 1978 in pictures

1980-1989:
1982: At the request of Monsieur Wilander
1982: first Grand Slam for Mats Wilander
1983: Yannick Noah defeats Mats Wilander
1984 French Open: Ivan Lendl defeats John McEnroe
1985 French Open: Chris Evert defeats Martina Navratilova
Roland Garros 1985: Mats Wilander defeats Ivan Lendl
Roland Garros 1988: bold Leconte swept aside by a Mats for all surfaces
Portrait of Natasha Zvereva, 1988 runner-up
Portrait of Arantxa Sanchez, 1989 French Open champion
Portrait of Michael Chang, 1989 French Open champion

1990-1999:
1990 French Open: Opposites attract, Gomez defeats Agassi
Roland Garros 1990: Defending champion Sanchez loses in the first round
Roland Garros 1990: Edberg and Becker lose in the first round
1991 French Open 3RD: Michael Chang defeats Jimmy Connors
1991 French Open final: Jim Courier defeats Andre Agassi
1996: An unflinching Edberg causes a grand upset
Roland Garros 1996: Pete Sampras run through the semi-finals
1997: Going ga-ga over Guga
Steffi Graf – Martina Hingis Roland Garros 1999

2000-2009:
2000: Mary Pierce finds peace and glory
2004: Coria vs Gaudio: the egotist vs the underdog
2005: Rafael Nadal defeats Mariano Puerta
2006: Nadal defeats Federer, wins second Roland Garros title

2010-2017:
A look back at Roland Garros 2011
A look back at Roland Garros 2014
A look back at Roland Garros 2015
3 days at Roland Garros 2017: Rafa, Andy, Petra and more

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Joao Sousa claims Estoril title

An historic victory for Joao Sousa who became the first Portuguese player to win an ATP tournament on home soil. He dispatched Frances Tiafoe 6-4 6-4 to claim his third career title, his first on clay.

“It’s just amazing. It’s a dream come true. It is very special for a Portuguese player to win here on home soil. I know how hard the organisation worked to make this tournament one of the best in the world and it’s just amazing. The crowd was unbelievable.”

Local hero Sousa was made to work all week as he had to save 2 match points against Pedro Sousa in the second round and survived 3-set marathons against third seed Kyle Edmund in the quarterfinals and recent Barcelona finalist Stefano Tsitsipas in the semis.

Millenium Estoril Open 06.05.2018

It was also a good week for Tiafoe, who reached his second final this year after a straight sets victory over defending champion Pablo Carreno Busta in the semifinals.

“I didn’t feel great today. I just got outplayed. I left a lot of balls short and didn’t play near as well as I was playing this week. He took advantage and was able to play how he wanted to. It was tough. I couldn’t get anything going.”

Millenium Estoril Open 06.05.2018

Millenium Estoril Open 06.05.2018

Millenium Estoril Open 06.05.2018


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