- Roger Federer’s five-piece Uniqlo uniform is available to pre-order for $US120.
- The Uniqlo outfit includes a shirt, shorts, socks, wristbands, and a sweatband.
- Federer left clothing giant Nike for Uniqlo, a lesser-known brand, last month – and the deal earned him a 300% pay increase.
Roger Federer is renowned for his elegance on and off the courts, and now fans can imitate the 20-time Grand Slam champion’s fashion sense.
Federer’s five-piece Uniqlo uniform is now on sale – or is available for pre-order, at least.
His five-piece Uniqlo outfit will cost $US120 for the shirt, shorts, socks, wristbands, and sweatband.
The new sponsorship contract does not include tennis shoes, which explains why Federer wore customised Nikes during the 2018 Wimbledon Championships.
It is also conceivable that he agrees a shoe deal with Nike, a company he is still in contact with, as he looks to secure the rights to the lucrative “RF” logo – a personalised branding that was originally designed by Nike, rather than Federer.
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