The black one is not for sale. Referring to the black polo with white stripes he wore while playing Santoro and Gulbis. It's called the 'Short Sleeve Tennis Super Dry Stripe Polo with Zip' and you can have it in White/Steward Blue or Steward Blue/White. He wore the former against Seppi. Per Lacoste, it's not available in the Black/White that Roddick is wearing. Here's their message: --------- Thank you for e-mailing Lacoste. Unfortunately, the black polo shirt and cap Andy Roddick wore in the US Open were specially made for him. Although we do not have the exact item available, we currently offer the same styles in a navy blue color. To view these items please click the links below. Goodbye for now... Thank you for contacting Lacoste. Whether you're shopping online or visiting one of our boutiques, we look forward to seeing you soon. Best regards, Melanie Lacoste Customer Service http://www.lacoste.com --------- Lame! Why sponsor an elite athlete and not sell what they're wearing? I appreciate that top pros get custom garments that will never be for sale, but Roddick's black shirt is just a different color combination of a garment that's already available. Why not make it available to consumers? Lacoste is getting hours of advertising from Roddick and they're throwing it away. Not the first time Lacoste has made this mistake. At the US Open last year, Santoro wore a very unusual, colorful striped shirt in his five set loss to James Blake. One of the matches of the tournament, for sure, and hours of advertising for Lacoste. "Sweet shirt! Where can I get that?" You can't. They don't make it any more: it was, like, a year old when Santoro wore it. Oh well. Anyhow, if you like the white version of the shirt that he wore against Seppi it's available online from Nordstrom, macys, Bloomingdales and, of course, Lacoste.