Just like womenís tennis clothing menís tennis wear has undergone a radical change over the years. Apart from Wimbledon you will see an array of bright colours adorning the courts at the top tournaments around the world.
The new Adidas Barricade Menís Range, launched at the 2011 Australian Open, is predominantly bright green.
The TS Gilet is a brand new look for the new season and is ideal for warm-ups. Featuring a sleeveless design for unrestricted practice it has a half-zip for adjustable ventilation with a drawcord bottom and pockets. The hooded gilet is made from comfortable woven material and is the choice of Andy Murray, it sells for around £54.99.
The Barricade tracksuit jacket that goes with it is black with a green logo, piping and lining. It is designed for tennis-specific movements and also sells for £54.99.
The matching lightweight and breathable tracksuit trousers have an elasticated waist, drawstring bottom, 2 pockets and an inner lining for optimal comfort. They retail in the region of £49.99 and all these prices include VAT.
Adidas also sell a tracksuit jacket in green with black trim for £49.99 and the menís traditional polo shirt in green with black trim around £34.99 with matching shorts for about £27.99.
Nikeís 2011 range also features bright colours, red, canary yellow, blue and orange.
The Menís Fearless Rafa Fuego top is the choice of Rafael Nadal and is made of dri-fit performance fabric that has good levels of Spandex. It is available in crimson, orange and soft grey and costs about £39.99.
Nadalís red top is teamed with the menís Fearless woven shorts in soft grey which sell for around £29.99. They are also available in black. In the same Rafa range is the walk-on court jacket in red/soft grey which has a full zip and side-zippered pockets.
Nadalís embroidered bull logo is featured on the right pocket and the jacket has a knitted waistband and cuffs and sells for around £49.99.
Bandanaís have always been popular with the top male players. They are won by Nadal, Roger Federer and Juan Martin Del Potro. Now Nike has brought out a Tennis Swoosh Bandana in a variety of bright colours which sells for £7.99.
Filaís menís tennis wear is more traditional from the box jacket in navy blue with read and white stripes on the top of the sleeves which sells for about £24.99 to the plain white shorts which cost £14.99.
Polo shirts in white and navy blue sell for £19.99 and there are classic sweatshirts in white, red and blue which retail at £12.99 but are on offer at £8.99.
Jersey warm-up pants are available in a variety of colours for £12.99 (sale £8.99) and Fila has conceded to bright colours with their sleeveless tops in orange and lime green which retail for £12.99 but are available for £8.99.
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