It’s time to wear white again. Check out some pics of the new HEAD White Bag collection, consisting of the HEAD White Monstercombi Tennis Racquet Bag and the 4 Majors Club Bag.
For every Grand Slam tournament the series introduces a new club bag in a bespoke design. As part of the White Series the first 4 Majors Club Bag, coloured in white with green striped shoulder straps, comes right in time for Wimbledon. The HEAD Club Bag collection will also feature different colours and designs for the upcoming US Open, the Australian Open and the French Open.
The new White Bag collection will be premiered at Wimbledon by Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Tomas Berdych, Gilles Simon and Richard Gasquet.
The new HEAD White Bag collection is a limited edition and is available in-store at selected retailers now.
Since the Barricade original release, adidas has continued to improve this premiere shoe to make it the top choice it is today.
This summer adidas are launching the latest tennis shoes in the Barricade line, currently worn by Andy Murray. The new adidas Barricade 8 is designed for durability, breathability, stability and comfort.
The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club:
Wimbledon guided tour – part 1
Wimbledon guided tour – part 2
Wimbledon Centre Court roof
Court 3 : a new Show Court at Wimbledon
Waiting in the Queue to Wimbledon
Wimbledon Museum: The Queue exhibition
The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum: Player Memorabilia
Fashion and gear:
Rafael Nadal Nike outfit
Roger Federer Nike outfit
Maria Sharapova Nike dress
Serena Williams Nike dress
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga adidas outfit
Andy Murray adidas outfit
Ana Ivanovic adidas dress
Novak Djokovic Uniqlo outfit
A trip down memory lane:
Wimbledon past champions: stats and records
Wimbledon ‘s biggest upsets
Wimbledon memories: Mrs Blanche Bingley Hillyard
Wimbledon memories: Charlotte Cooper Sterry
Wimbledon memories: Dora Boothby
Wimbledon 1969: Laver’s getting beat by an Indian
Rod Laver – John Newcombe Wimbledon 1969
Bjorn Borg – Ilie Nastase Wimbledon 1976
Virginia Wade, Britain’s last Wimbledon champion
1981: First Wimbledon title for McEnroe
1982: Jimmy Connors defeats John McEnroe
1984: John McEnroe defeats Jimmy Connors
Wimbledon 1991: the first Middle Sunday
1992: first Grand Slam for Andre Agassi
1993: Pete Sampras defeats Jim Courier
2000 Wimbledon SF: Pat Rafter defeats Andre Agassi
2000 Wimbledon Final: Pete Sampras defeats Pat Rafter
2001 Wimbledon 4th round: Federer defeats Sampras
Wimbledon 2010: Rafael Nadal defeats Tomas Berdych
The Spirit of Wimbledon: a 4-part documentary by Rolex retracing Wimbledon history
Recap and analysis:
Wimbledon 2013 champion?
- Rafael Nadal (31%, 48 Votes)
- Roger Federer (29%, 45 Votes)
- Novak Djokovic (18%, 28 Votes)
- Andy Murray (18%, 28 Votes)
- Juan Martin Del Potro (1%, 2 Votes)
- David Ferrer (1%, 1 Votes)
- Tomas Berdych (1%, 1 Votes)
- Other (1%, 1 Votes)
- Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (0%, 0 Votes)
Total Voters: 154
Wimbledon 2013 champion?
- Serena Williams (56%, 78 Votes)
- Maria Sharapova (19%, 26 Votes)
- Victoria Azarenka (16%, 23 Votes)
- Other (5%, 7 Votes)
- Agnieszka Radwanska (1%, 2 Votes)
- Petra Kvitova (1%, 2 Votes)
- Li Na (1%, 1 Votes)
- Angelique Kerber (1%, 1 Votes)
- Sara Errani (0%, 0 Votes)
Total Voters: 140
Andy Murray was crowned king of Queen’s Club for the third time as the world number two roared back to defeat defending champion Marin Cilic 5-7, 7-5, 6-3 in Sunday’s final. Murray donated his prize £75,000 prize money to the Rally Against Cancer charity for the Royal Marsden hospital.
The 26-year-old’s third successful Queen’s campaign in five years, following previous victories in 2009 and 2011, took his career haul of ATP Tour titles to 27 and ended his wait for a first tournament win since the Miami Masters in March. Murray will complete his preparations for Wimbledon by appearing in the Hurlingham Classic exhibition tournament this week.