Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal Holiday 2012 Nike Tennis apparel and footwear availability

October 1, 2012 · Print This Article

Closing out the season in style, the sleek designs for Nike’s Holiday 2012 tennis collection are sure to win over many fans and players alike.

Returning to the top spot in the world rankings, Roger Federer will attempt to defend his undefeated fall campaign of 2011 by sporting the all new Holiday RF Inspired Masters Polo in signal blue w/seaweed and white, alongside the Holiday RF Hard Court Twill Short in seaweed/signal blue/court purple/white.

Federer’s shoe of choice for the indoor season will be the Zoom Vapor Tour 9 in white/grey/blue. The Swiss star will complete is outfit with the versatile and tailored Holiday RF Hard Court Woven Jacket in seaweed w/white.

Hopeful of his return to the sport, Spaniard Rafael Nadal is slated begin his indoor season by wearing the Holiday Rafa Power Court Shirt in sunburst w/ridgerock, and the Holiday Power Court Short in cargo khaki w/black.

Nadal’s durable shoe for the demanding asphalt surface will be the Nike Air Courtballistec 4.3 in red/black/grey, and his trendy warm-up jacket will be named the Rafa Power Court N98 Jacket in sunbrust w/cargo khaki & black.

Other popular Nike athletes such as Tomas Berdych, Juan Martin del Potro, Bernard Tomic, Ryan Harrison and Grigor Dimitrov will also be donning the latest in Holiday 2012 apparel and footwear.

The Holiday collection for Nike is currently available and can be purchased by clicking the following TennisWarehouse.com link or by clicking the banner to your right. For our European readers, you can shop with confidence through the following TennisWarehouse-Europe.com link.

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