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Certainly, the length of the Uniqlo contract, which will take Mr. Federer well into his mid-40s, would suggest that he is thinking along such after-tennis lines. As would the fact that Uniqlo identifies itself in a somewhat different category than the
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Roger Federer's long-term apparel deal with Nike is done. The 36-year-old great walked out for his opening-round match at Wimbledon on Monday morning wearing a headband, jacket, shirt and socks from the Japanese brand Uniqlo. Federer, who had been ... -
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In an interview to ESPN, Roger Federer's agent Tony Godsick opened up on the reasons that brought the Swiss player to accept an apparent $300 million contract with Uniqlo. The Swiss started wearing the Japanese brand at Wimbledon. 'It's a global ...
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Federer ditched Nike after his contract expired in March and he signed a bumper 10-year deal with Uniqlo for a supposed $300million (£228m). But the Japanese manufacturer are set to try and recoup some of that cost back by charging supporters an ...
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Federer ditched Nike for Uniqlo when his contract expired in March. The Swiss star supposedly now earns $300million (£228m) over a 10-year period. Nadal is said to be hoping to follow the trend, which has also seen Novak Djokovic pen a lucrative
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This shouldn't be that weird. On Monday, Roger Federer played a tennis match while wearing white clothing that looked pretty much identical to what he's worn in each of his 20 appearances at Wimbledon. The eight-time champion donned a crisp, tailored ... - - -
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“I honestly didn't see it until somebody pointed it out and said: 'Look he is wearing Uniqlo',” Wilander, who is a tennis pundit for Eurosport, told Express Sport. “Uniqlo must have a lot of money but it goes to show Federer is only human. “It is weird
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... it in tennis. All my career has been like that. Again, today I won a great match, but that's not just what I want. I want more. Maybe it's going to come this week, maybe not. I will keep working on how to get little by little more wins.' ALSO READ
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On the eve of Wimbledon, men's tennis news was again dominated by the same old names: Andy Murray's late withdrawal, Novak Djokovic's re-built serving action, Rafael Nadal's lack of grass-court preparation and, of course, Roger Federer's bumper new kit ... -
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And that drew a hilarious reaction where the world No 2 claimed he wanted to eat his new tennis whites. “I like to eat it. I like to eat my clothes (laughter),” he said. Federer is wearing Uniqlo attire for the first time this week after he signed a
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However, the tennis star appeared to open up a potential dispute with his previous sponsor by continuing to wear Nike trainers, most crucially embossed with the famous RF logo, together with his new Uniqlo matchday clothing. Uniqlo do not manufacture ...
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Swiss tennis star Roger Federer made headlines two weeks ago when he appeared on center court at Wimbledon wearing an outfit bearing the red-and-white squares of Uniqlo, the signature brand of Japanese apparel maker Fast Retailing Co. Fast Retailing ...
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TicToc. July 2nd, 2018, 8:46 AM PDT. Tennis star Roger Federer began the Wimbledon tournament with a uniform from Uniqlo, marking the end of a decades-long partnership with Nike #tictocnews (Source: Bloomberg) ...
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The outfit, which fits with Wimbledon's strict clothing policy that stipulates all-white clothing and minimal branding, was designed by UNIQLO artistic director Christophe Lemaire. “I am deeply committed to tennis and to winning championships,” Federer
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Nike will continue to provide outfits for Roger Federer for Wimbledon 2018 despite ongoing speculation that the Swiss star is set for a sponsorship change. The 36-year-old superstar has been partnered with Nike for 10 years, with the deal reportedly