…here’s a post of him without them. Below are photos of Kolya Davydenko slipping in and out of his Airness shirts during a French Open quarterfinal match against Guillermo Canas.
Nevermind the crazy lime green they’ve put on Russians Marat Safin and Mikhail Youzhny; I can overlook that if adidas keeps working this clean, classic, white/gold (and black) look for Juan Monaco, Nole Djokovic and Paul-Henri Mathieu. One could say that they should have saved the white for next month’s Wimbledon, but they eschewed color […]
I’m sure Fred Perry is disappointed that it couldn’t show off Andy Murray‘s sponsored clothing at this week’s French Open (he’s out with a wrist injury). They’re not missing a beat, though: yesterday they sent out an e-mail reminding us about the tennis collection, which consists mostly of what Murray’s been wearing on the tour. […]
Two of the sport’s more mercurial players squared off in the second round at the French Open. Serbian (and Patrick Rafter look-alike) Janko Tipsarevic — sans glasses — emerged the winner, beating Marat Safin 6-4, 6-4, 7-5. Judging from these photos, it looked like a tight match. Did anyone see it? Clothing: Marat’s in adidas […]
French clothing sponsor Airness still has top Russian Nikolay “Kolya” Davydenko to help boost its international profile at Roland Garros this week. They’re really taking care of him. They had him in four different shirts in Hamburg earlier this month, and now this black/orange number. I’m not in love with it, but it’s not atrocious. […]