Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by AtomicForehand, May 13, 2011.
Haters are going to hate.
Haha well Agassi loved to stand out. You should OPEN, it's a good read. He sported a pink mohawk when he was at nick the dick's academy. As for the other two.... I can't even begin to imagine what they were thinking.
Frankly, I also don't think his current outfit is that bad. It's not my favorite but I've seen much worse.
Big loss for Adidas given his current performance, that's for sure (though he still wears their shoes).
But there is no point in moaning, from what I remember he signed a 10 year contract so we probably won't see him wearing other stuff ever again...
Also, Murray is not the sharpest when he dresses in adidas. A decent haircut wont be that bad either.
Excellent creativity by ST, really like this look both the white and black. Love the rainbow colors and the fluidity of the design. Excellent excellent attire for the best player on the planet to shine in.
i usually like half of novak's clothes... the front half. sergio always seems to f up the back of his shirts... dragons, rainbow stripes all over the place. his current shirt would look much better if it had the same design on the back as on the front.
I kind of agree with you. LOL I didn't mind the dragon, the white-black one, though. They are getting better and look promising for me.
Flame<<<<<<Wings<<<Dragon<Stripes. Still, < This
if anyone is into photography, the new design reminds me of bokeh, in regards to the soft gradients within each stripe. the back is designed well too imo. it gives the stripes some slow soft movement. unlike those gaudy dragons that were just slapped on the shirt, the stripes seem well-thought out for once. damn, this sounds pretentious.
No! Keep going! I'd love to read your critiques of the Dali-esque '87 and Mondrian-inspired '89 Lendl shirts. And the Joan Miro inspirations for the first adidas Edberg shirt '87. Some of us appreciate the days when some forethought went into the pros' apparel, instead of today's 3-monthly fast fashion.
Still on matters design, I really wished the ATP returned to the authoritative-looking red, white and blue ATP logo of the early 80s (the generic one like the NBA, MLB, PGA etc)
Separate names with a comma.