Rafael Nadal US Open outfit

Rafael Nadal dispatched Daniil Medvedev 6-3 6-0 in 70 minutes to capture the Montreal title, its 5th Canadian Open crown and 83rd career title. It is also the first time he has retained a title on hard courts.
With that victory Nadal gained a lot of confidence for the upcoming US Open where he will vie for a fourth title.
He will hit the courts wearing his signature sleeveless shirt in two colorways: violet (for day sessions) and black (for night sessions), paired with white shorts for day sessions and black shorts for night sessions.

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Nadal Rogers Cup outfit

Rafael Nadal made his return to competition in Montreal on Wednesday, a few weeks after his semifinal lost to Roger Federer in Wimbledon.
In the absence of Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, Nadal will be the favourite for the title, one year after his victory over Stefanos Tsitsipas in Toronto last year.
He has already won the Rogers Cup trophy four times, twice in Toronto (2008, 2018) and twice in Montreal (2005, 2013), and will be looking to add a record 35th Masters 1000 event as well as gain confidence for the US Open.

Here’s a look at Rafa’s outfit for the Canadian Open, a kit he’ll also wear in Cincinnati next week (if he decides to play):

Nadal Rogers Cup outfit

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Rafael Nadal, Wimbledon 2019

A few weeks after his 12th Roland Garros title, Rafael Nadal will start his quest to a third Wimbledon crown against Yuichi Sugita. He could next face Nick Kyrgios in the second round, Denis Shapovalov in the third, Marin Cilic in the fourth and Dominic Thiem in the quarterfinals, before a semifinal showdown against Roger Federer, and an eventual final against Novak Djokovic.

Rafa will be wearing the NikeCourt AeroReact shirt and NikeCourt Flex Ace shorts.

His shoe of choice is the NikeCourt Zoom Cage 3: