I do believe new Head Extreme Tour G360+ would perfectly suit Dominic, even better than his current Pure Strike. He should support our brandim still blown away that they let thiem slip through their fingers...literally the only Austrian prospect for the foreseeable future. they also switched musetti to extreme so there goes any of their prestige prospects for the next 10years. Might as well put Gilles Simon on the placard at this point..would literally have 0 effect to their bottom line
She went from Yonex to Head, a Speed 360+ MP. Now she’s back to a Pure Aero, which is ironic because I believe she is rehabbing an elbow injury.
Yeah I noticed she's not been wearing any of their up to date stuff also. I think she's probably been dropped by Nike and just likes yeezys.See the shoes of my post looks like Adidas Yeezy and she hast been wearing any of the 2021 spring stuff
either she didnt renew with Nike or they just drop her...
If true the news here is Lacoste, not Nike. That would be a BIG breakthrough for Lacoste, since up until now no one was considering their tennis shoes to be anything serious for tennis. I have never seen anyone IRL using them and never considered them myself. To see Medvedev wear them in competition would be a huge endorsement for the quality of the product. Are they releasing a new shoe? The old one doesn't look like much.Looks like Medvedev will wear Lacoste shoes on court as well. Congrats to Nike as they somehow managed to lose 2 top 10 players in a few weeks.
They have had these for a while. It is just that no one of note was wearing them, which is now changing. It looks like Lacoste is trying to bring all the tennis equipment under one roof: apparel, shoes and racquets (with Tecnifibre) and have a complete package.didn't lacoste make performance shoes for a bit and then dropped out of the market? looks like theyre trying again?
Recently bought last season's model as it became available at heavily discounted prices. It's a decent shoe, though hardly worth its retail price. By the looks of it, not much has changed other than the colour ways for 2021:Despite being an unproven quantity in performance Tennis shoes, they definitely weren’t afraid to stick a Lacoste price tag on them. $175, ouch.