"Roger Federer LifeWear Collection" by Uniqlo/JW Anderson

Roger never said he was using the RF logo on anything he does with Uniqlo. It is your problem if misunderstood, not Roger or Uniqlo. Roger or Uniqlo is not obligated to use the logo. The deal was everyday wear, nothing more, nothing less. Roger seems satisfied his deal with Uniqlo.
 

Znak

Hall of Fame
Roger never said he was using the RF logo on anything he does with Uniqlo. It is your problem if misunderstood, not Roger or Uniqlo. Roger or Uniqlo is not obligated to use the logo. The deal was everyday wear, nothing more, nothing less. Roger seems satisfied his deal with Uniqlo.
Hey chatgpt explain me Federer's clothing deal with Uniqlo please.
 
Hey chatgpt explain me Federer's clothing deal with Uniqlo please.
No one ”knows” the details of his deal with Uniqlo. Roger never outlined his deal with Uniqlo ever or the use of HIS LOGO. No one can use it without his permission. So blaming Uniqlo is kind of ridiculous.
 
just looks like regular Uniqlo lol
Roger likes their clothes. Roger is retired from tennis and probably wants to go in different directions without his RF logo because he wants to appeal to non tennis fans. Sooner or later some will realize Roger is much more than just tennis.
 

innoVAShaun

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Digging it as I don't like flashy tennis apparels, Will definitely cop those shorts, as here in Asia it's only around 30USD, Those uniqlo tennis shorts are well priced, very light and comfortable fit. And then will pair it with their regular Dry Ex Polo and Tee.
 

Fed Kennedy

Legend
Sadly, Roger has more swag at crappy uniqlo event than entire current tour combined.
The only person out there who can really step to him is P. Mug
 

Sookas27

New User
Let's be honest, after leaving Nike, Roger's outfits, especially the sneakers, haven't generated the same excitement and anticipation. I remember (especially from 2007-2010) that before each tournament, fans on this very forum speculated and shared information about what Roger would be wearing for that particular tournament. Even sports media and TV broadcasts highlighted his exclusive attire and special shoes - there was always something to look forward to.

Don't get me wrong, Roger has had cool outfits with Uniqlo as well, but unfortunately, most of the cooler ones didn't even make it to sale, or they sold the shirt but not the pants, let alone jackets. I can't imagine telling a Barcelona fan that we won't release a new kit this year, or that only half of the kit is available.

Even this current collection, in my opinion, is a bit dull and targeted more towards the 40+ age group. The same issue, in my opinion, applies to the ON sneakers.

As a fan, it's just a shame because I believe that if Roger had stayed with Nike, we as fans would have gotten a lot of cool outfits after Roger's career ended, and why not shirts/jackets/sneakers that were exclusively made for Roger between 2007-2009."
 
I’ll postulate again that it has a lot to do with the ego of Tadashi Tanai - a guy with over $47 billion ‘proving’ to the world that he and his rag trade company are actually prestigious enough to make one of the world’s most revered athletes a Uniqlo b!@tch.
 
Let's be honest, after leaving Nike, Roger's outfits, especially the sneakers, haven't generated the same excitement and anticipation. I remember (especially from 2007-2010) that before each tournament, fans on this very forum speculated and shared information about what Roger would be wearing for that particular tournament. Even sports media and TV broadcasts highlighted his exclusive attire and special shoes - there was always something to look forward to.

Don't get me wrong, Roger has had cool outfits with Uniqlo as well, but unfortunately, most of the cooler ones didn't even make it to sale, or they sold the shirt but not the pants, let alone jackets. I can't imagine telling a Barcelona fan that we won't release a new kit this year, or that only half of the kit is available.

Even this current collection, in my opinion, is a bit dull and targeted more towards the 40+ age group. The same issue, in my opinion, applies to the ON sneakers.

As a fan, it's just a shame because I believe that if Roger had stayed with Nike, we as fans would have gotten a lot of cool outfits after Roger's career ended, and why not shirts/jackets/sneakers that were exclusively made for Roger between 2007-2009."
The last two paragraphs don’t even make sense when Roger is 40+. He will be 42 on August 8th. So what age group do you think he would identify with. Roger didn’t LEAVE Nike. NIKE didn’t offer him a contract at all or lowballed into “leaving.” If you haven’t noticed, there are a lot of tennis players no longer with NIKE. Roger moved on after NIKE without crying like you guys.
 
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beltsman

G.O.A.T.
I’ll postulate again that it has a lot to do with the ego of Tadashi Tanai - a guy with over $47 billion ‘proving’ to the world that he and his rag trade company are actually prestigious enough to make one of the world’s most revered athletes a Uniqlo b!@tch.

Perhaps
 

brinkeguthrie

Hall of Fame

Sookas27

New User
Cant’t wait for year 2028 when this pointless (for RF fans) deal ends up and maybe then we get to see something retro again- like Nike is doing with Agassi line sometimes.
 

Bill Lobsalot

Hall of Fame
Better quality at Target. I've bought some Uniqlo stuff and the fit is awful. I'm 5'11" 175 and nothing fits. The Adam Scott golf line was awful too. I'm sure his stuff was tailored for him.
 
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