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On the 50th anniversary of New York City’s marquee tennis tournament, the NikeCourt fall 2018 collection travels back in time to celebrate the aesthetic that once defined tennis and modernizes it for today's generation of players.
After winning the Rotterdam title, Roger Federer has returned to world no. 1, surpassing Rafael Nadal in the ATP rankings. In celebration, Nike has gifted the great with a pair of special Air Force 1 Lows.
As the tennis season’s final slam heats up in Flushing and the fashion world converges in lower Manhattan, New York City’s summer finale is a thrilling two-week convergence of sport and style.
Nike celebrates Roger Federer’s win in SW19. With the victory, his 19th slam overall and eighth title in London, he is the undisputed king of grass courts.
Nike has unveiled their 2016 US Open looks. Humid summer days are tempered with engineered knit innovation on court, and bright color spectrums across the collection mimic the chromatic shift of neon lights. Black and white off-court designs extend the authority of the season’s on-court looks,&n
22 And Counting Another major moment, another major milestone for Serena Williams.
As part of NikeLab’s Summer of Sport celebration, NikeCourt and Roger Federer collaborate on an off-court collection embodying the athlete’s graceful style. Federer’s insights – ranging from material, color and silhouette preferences to personal stories – inform the collection’s design.