Juan Martin del Potro designed his 2K11’s for the hard courts of Flushing Meadows with an added layer of durability and bootie fit so that he feels snug and secure in his shoes. Not only does the black and yellow colorway compliment his on-court gear, but it’s also the same two colors he wore in 2009 when he won the tournament.

2011 US Open: Del Potro Nike shoes

2011 US Open: Del Potro Nike shoes

2011 US Open: Del Potro Nike shoes

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Tomas Berdych designed his 2K11’s with True Fit, one layer of durability, an hard court outsole and a standard tongue so he has enough room tape his ankles. The color is inspired by the Czech national flag.

2011 US Open: Tomas Berdych Nike shoes

2011 US Open: Tomas Berdych Nike shoes

2011 US Open: Tomas Berdych Nike shoes

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Make the perfect shoe: The best in customization now available for tennis.

Nike debuts the Nike Zoom Breathe 2K11 iD with options for outsoles, width, toe-drag protection, tongue-style, color and style.

The Nike Zoom Breathe 2K11 iD offers customization at its finest – players can match their shoes to their style of play. As a fully customizable performance shoe on the market, there are various explorable options for outsoles, width, toe-drag protection, tongue preference and, of course, color and style.

The Nike Zoom Breathe 2K11 iD is available at select NIKEiD Studios and on www.nikeid.nike.com

Nike Zoom Breathe 2K11 iD
Nike Zoom Breathe 2K11 iD
Nike Zoom Breathe 2K11 iD

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Four adidas players – Maria Kirilenko, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Marcos Baghdatis and Viktor Troicki – have created their own customized miadidas shoes, they will wear during this year’s US Open.

2006 Australian Open runner-up Marcos Baghdatis incorporates the green, copper and white colors of the Cypriot flag into his Barricade design.

Marcos Baghdatis adidas tennis shoes

Viktor Troicki has emblazoned his nickname, Troya, on his shoes that provide a symbolic color scheme: blue represents hope, while black and white symbolize his journey from darkness to light — and the red, blue and white represent the Serbian flag.

Viktor Troicki adidas tennis shoes

Four adidas players – Maria Kirilenko, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Marcos Baghdatis and Viktor Troicki – have created their own customized miadidas shoes, they will wear during this year’s US Open.

The 26th ranked Maria Kirilenko selected sunny yellow and bright pink for her shoes. Kirilenko‘s nickname Makiri, her lucky number 21 and the Russian flag are embroidered on the back heel.

Maria Kirilenko adidas tennis shoes

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova has built a pink Barricade to showcase her favorite color, with her nickname Nastia and the Russian flag emblazoned on the back.

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova adidas tennis shoes