It does and it doesn't. Used to have Head bag and play with Prince racquet but I gave both to my younger brother. I bought a Wilson bag and racquets after that but I don't carry the bag with me for the last three years. It's just too big and not suitable to carry while riding a bike. I put everything in my 20 yo/still good as new Dakine knapsack: bike chain, 2 racquets, 2 cans of balls, 2 spare shirts, a towel and a cap. Checked out some dedicated tennis knapsacks but I can't find a good reason for buying them.
My 15 pack bag I use for tournaments and such does. Picked it up as it’s the 2012 ltd edition with all of feds wimby titles. But the bag I use the most, backpack, is a Babolat. I think they make the best backpacks.
When my old Wilson bag wore out I bought a Volkl bag to match my racquets. But I wear New Balance shoes, Nike wrist and headbands and Wilson and adidas clothes, so my racquets are coordinated but I am not.
I currently have the Wilson Clash Tour and I have a 15 racquet Wilson tour tennis bag. It does somewhat match the gray in my racquet though. I don’t like the current Wilson Clash bags they have available. The current Clash bag is a duffle style and they do not offer the normal tour style bag in the US yet. I do like coordinating gear, it looks better more professional.
Nope. I have Yonex frames, and a FILA bag. FILA doesn't make racquets, so it'll never match with anything. It's kinda nice in a way, since bags from clothing brands (like FILA, Adidas, Nike, etc) can technically match with any racquet.
I used to care about them matching when I was younger, but now I just buy whatever's cheapest/the best deal.
Doesn't matter the brand, just needs to be massive so I can bring along a shed load of different racquets because who knows where my fancy is going to take me. I don't know if it's a thing but I think I may be a racquet swinger.
Wilson Ultra bag, Pro Staff 97 racquets, Nike headband, Babolat shoes, Adidas socks, local brand on the shorts, whatever t-shirt I grab first ranging from Adidas, Nike and Diadora to a bunch o local brands, I don't even coordinate colors.