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Roger Federer’s entire 5-piece Uniqlo tennis outfit for $120


Roger Federer is renowned for his elegance on and off the courts, and now fans can imitate the 20-time Grand Slam champion’s fashion sense.

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Federer’s five-piece Uniqlo uniform is now on sale — or is available for pre-order, at least.

Roger Federer left Nike for Uniqlo, a lesser-known brand, in a deal reportedly worth $30 million a year— an astonishing 300% pay increase on the deal he had previously.

His five-piece Uniqlo outfit will cost $120 for the shirt, shorts, socks, wristbands, and sweatband.

The new sponsorship contract does not include tennis shoes, which explains why Federer wore customised Nikes during the 2018 Wimbledon Championships.

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It is also conceivable that he agrees a shoe deal with Nike, a company he is still in contact with, as he looks to secure the rights to the lucrative “RF” logo— a personalised branding that was originally designed by Nike, rather than Federer.


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