Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by 2slik, Feb 8, 2010.
Reminds me of of a Mint Aero bar.
Love the shoes though.
No, not by a long shot.
i like soda's clothing, and ferrero's.
but federer is the best (jk)
damn i was hoping to see a hot russian girl in a skimpy lil outfit..........
It's one of the best.
It was a good outfit. Though I do not like the capri pants.
NO THIS IS!
Knees look fine.
I liked Feds Michael Jackson/Srg Pepper/Military/Old Style Tennis Combo, incuding his waistcoat.
Can someone pls post a pic of this i dont know how to
The Multiple Stages of GOATness
The Multiple Stages of GOATness (cont.)
You like russian a lot dont you :twisted:
poor guy, looks like he's going to go blind from all the light
maybe roddick will beat him then.
He is Icarus AND the sun.
This is a great .gif btw
yeah, found it on another forum
pretty lame thread by OP....
At least it isn't unnecessarily controversial.:-?
It's obviously photoshopped. Hmmm, no red clay on his socks or shoes. Looks like someone put this photo together for the off-setting colors of the outfit with the red clay background. Probably wouldn't clash so bad if it was shown against a green hardcourt or grass. Amateur photoshoppers.
Although he does look 'minty'.
whoa, ive never seen that fed waistcoat pic before. thats awesome
none of these outfits are good
I like that Federer pic with Sampras in the background, kinda like a passing of the guard, there was a sad one with Roddick with his head down and Federer on the screen
Yeah, that's how he goes down on Jankovic.
lameee anything worn by kirilenko is superior
no santoro's shirt was better
My favorite tennis outfit.
^^ I liked the blue one better
Does Nadal's outfit come in a men's model?
Fed's outfit was no good. It wasn't terrible, but the bag was.. That thing was inexcusable, indefendable, beyond ugly..
haha come on roger looks like a gay
I love Caroline Wozniacki's two-tiered skirts. They're so girly!!!
Now THAT was funny.
Yeah, I never liked Sampras much, but he never would have gone in for this silly, garish stuff. And the "15" on the jacket...ugh. That's when the true arrogance of Federer comes screaming through; I like him, and he hides it well in general, but you have to be REALLY cocky to wear gear this ostentatious. What a dandy.
You aren't too bright are you?
Oh, dear. I am cut to the quick. If you'd care to specify to which part of my remarks you're referring, sir, or why you feel I'm in error, feel free. Beyond that, I have nothing to say. I'm too crippled by your rapier-like wit to respond...
Well, Rogers jumper with the Number 15 on was given to him by a rep after the match was finished. The jumper Fed wore when he came in did not have the number. Neither did Fed have the jumper in his bag incase he won.
1. im sure the 15 wasn't fed's choice - probably nike to emphasize how their athletes are "the best"
2. even if he did choose it (which i doubt), it's not arrogant at all. he deserves it.
And you're going to suggest to me that Federer couldn't have said to Nike, "No, I'm not comfortable with that - I'm not going to wear it"? I don't believe that. I'd guess he knew exactly what they had planned, and approved all of it. He's cocky, like all great players are cocky; you don't win 16 majors without being supremely confident. Does he have a right to be? Sure. He's "earned" it, whatever that means. And he's quite possibly the best tennis player that's ever lived, or at least in the top 3. But I'd still rather he didn't wear stuff like that, or say some of the things he occasionally says. He's a class act, a great ambassador for tennis (much better than Sampras was, to be sure), and I admire him greatly. But all that Wimbledon wardrobe silliness is just painful.
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