2011 Australian Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

2011 Australian Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

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Really classical design for Nadal’s outfit. Nothing distinguishes Nadal‘s outfit from Federer’s outfit anymore. Creativity anyone?

2011 Australian Open: Rafael Nadal Nike outfit

2011 Australian Open: Rafael Nadal Nike outfit

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After Ivan Lendl had cancelled his adidas deal in 1990, he signed a reported $20 million racket and clothing contract with Japanese company Mizuno.

Watch out one of Ivan’s commercial for Mizuno: I play to win

Nike created a limited edition Court Ballistec 2.2 in conjunction with the US Open. The shoes were sold at the US Open, with only a limited quantity available at the US Open Nike Store. Nike and Rafael Nadal played off Wilson tennis balls and applied the tennis ball material to the Court Ballistec 2.2. A perfect idea for the US Open.
The shoe features a tennis ball-like upper with a yellow sockliner, midsole, and XDR outsole. A rubber toe cap and white Swoosh add detail.
The shoes were only available in size 15 for $40. You had the option of buying a left or right shoe for $40. This is a great collector’s item, and a better buy for people that wear size 15.

Via Niketalk

Roger Federer’s day look:

2010 US Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

2010 US Open: Roger Federer Nike outfit

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