Grand Slam Tennis 2, the latest installment of the tennis franchise was released last month by EA Sports, and for few fortunates, there is this VIP Pack. Comes with everything you will need on an actual tennis court, from Babolat tennis racquet to specially branded Lacoste polo shirt, Wilson tennis balls for U.S. Open, and a pair of Grand Slam Tennis 2 Rod Laver tennis shoes from adidas Originals. In case the confines of the great outdoor isn’t your thing, the VIP Pack also includes the game itself, the PlayStation 3 console, and the PS3 Move accessories. Each conveniently packaged in a customized duffle bag, there is all but one draw back – only 20 of these will be available worldwide.
I am really excited to join the ASICS team. I’ve actually worn their shoes for a couple of years, so now to be fully kitted out is really exciting for me and I am really looking forward to getting the year started
Check out her first ASICS kit she wore today in her 6-2 6-3, defeat of Anastasia Yakimova at Brisbane International.
You can buy Sam’s Lacoste dress on Tennis Warehouse.
All US Open 2011 posts are tagged US Open and are listed up below:
Fashion and gear:
2011 US Open: Polo Ralph Lauren men’s collection
2011 US Open: Polo Ralph Lauren women’s collection
2011 US Open Ralph Lauren Tennis Sneaker
2011 US Open: Caroline Wozniacki adidas outfit
Andy Murray, Fernando Verdasco and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga adidas outfits
2011 US Open: adidas Barricade 6.0 Murray
Maria Kirilenko and Anastastia Pavlyuchenkova adidas shoes
Marcos Baghdatis and Viktor Troicki adidas shoes
Maria Sharapova Nike outfit
Serena Williams Nike outfit
Roger Federer Nike outfit
Victoria Azarenka Nike outfit
Li Na Nike outfit
Rafael Nadal Nike outfit
2011 US Open Bloomingdale’s Collection
Reebok Court Victory Pump – US Open edition
Tomas Berdych Nike shoes
Juan Martin del Potro Nike shoes
Sam Stosur’s Lacoste outfit
Sergio Tacchini kit for Novak Djokovic
A trip down memory lane:
US Open biggest upsets
1971 US Open: Chris Evert becomes the “It Girl”
1981 US Open: Tracy Austin defeats Martina Navratilova
1981 US Open: John McEnroe defeats Bjorn Borg
1991 US Open: Connors, 39 qualifies for the semifinals
1991 US Open: Seles and Capriati introduce power in womens tennis
1991 US Open: Stefan Edberg defeats Jim Courier
2001 US Open: Venus defeats sister Serena
2001 US Open QF: Andre Agassi – Pete Sampras
2001 US Open: Lleyton Hewitt defeats Pete Sampras
2003 US Open: Roddick wins his first (and only) Grand Slam title
2004 US Open: First time to NYC for a French fan of Agassi
Recap and analysis:
2011 US Open dailyrecap
Serena Williams and Sam Stosur roads to the 2011 US Open final
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal roads to the 2011 US Open final
First Grand Slam title for Sam Stosur
2011 US Open by the numbers
Andy Roddick has endorsed Lacoste for the past six years, and now the former number one is introducing his own collection for the label.
The results of Andy’s collaboration with Lacoste is a seven-style signature line of polo shirts, jackets and tennis shorts featuring color combinations of white, navy, and night blue with mallard green accents.
The pieces, which range from $85 to $185, are now available for all Andy fans at The Tennis Warehouse. Every piece in the signature collection includes a label combining Andy’s signature and a silhouette of his serve.
If you click through to the Tennis Warehouse from this link, a percentage of your entire purchase will go back to support the Andy Roddick Foundation.
Lacoste Men’s Fall Roddick Striped Polo
The SuperDry polo features a ribbed collar with zipper placket, stripes on chest, contrast stripes on shoulders and sleeves, split hem with drop tail, a raised printed Roddick signature logo on right hem, embroidered Lacoste patch on upper back, and a signature Croc applique on left chest.
Gisela Dulko presents her 2011 US Open Lacoste outfit on Twitter.
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