Rafael Nadal Australian Open outfit

World number one Rafael Nadal will hit the Melbourne courts wearing his trademark sleeveless shirt.

Rafael Nadal Australian Open outfit

Rafael Nadal Australian Open outfit

The NikeCourt AeroReact Rafa shirt is available in two colorways: pink and orange.

Rafael Nadal Australian Open outfit

Rafael Nadal Australian Open outfit

Rafa’s shoe of choice is the NikeCourt Zoom Vapor Cage 4

Rafael Nadal Australian Open shoes

Rafael Nadal Australian Open shoes

Rafael Nadal Australian Open shoes

Rafael Nadal Australian Open shoes

Nadal’s shoes and outfit are available on nike.com.

Kei Nishikori Australian Open outfit

Kei Nishikori underwent a season-ending elbow surgery at the end of October, and he announced a couple weeks ago he will miss the Australian Open, as he is still not 100 percent fit.
Here’s the outfit he would have worn on the Melbourne courts:

Kei Nishikori Australian Open outfit

Read more:
Kei Nishikori 2019 Australian Open outfit
– Roger Federer 2020 Australian Open outfit

Roger Federer Australian Open outfit

Roger Federer skipped the ATP Cup and is already training in Melbourne for the upcoming Australian Open. Uniqlo unveiled the outfit (available in two color ranges) that he will be wearing for the first Slam of the season:

Roger Federer Australian Open outfit

Read more:
Roger Federer 2019 Australian Open outfit
– Roger Federer leaves Nike for Uniqlo

adidas stycon

By removing the conventional laces, the adidas Stycon creates the perfect connection between the foot and the shoe. The knit collar of the shoe is engineered to naturally expand to the foot shape, while also ensuring supportive fit. These design features deliver comfort, stability and support, while also providing a revolutionary style.


adidas Stycon


adidas Stycon

The adidas Stycon is available online from 7th January for 140 euros at adidas.com/tennis.

Tokyo 2020 has today celebrated one year to go until the Olympics by unveiling the Olympics medals.
The design of the gold, silver and bronze medals has been conceived to appear as rough stones that have been polished. The medals are manufactured using the precious metal extracted from small electronic devices donated by people all over Japan.

“The medals collect and reflect myriad patterns of light, symbolising the energy of the athletes and those who support them; their design is intended to symbolise diversity and represent a world where people who compete in sports and work hard are honoured”

The ribbon is designed to be a reflection of Japan itself and of the way the country demonstrates “Unity in Diversity”. 

The design of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic medal case is inspired by the Tokyo 2020 Games emblem. Each medal case is distinct and has its own wood fibre pattern subtly infused into the design.

Source: Tokyo 2020

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