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Roger Federer’s Outfit for the London 2012 Olympics

Seen as though there's no Roger match today I thought I'd post Roger's outfit for the upcoming London 20l2 Olympics.

Before seeing it I wasn't sure if Wimbledon would expect competing individuals to respect their traditions and play in all white, but as you can below it's clear players will be wearing their national colours and of course Roger will be wearing Red to represent his native Switzerland.

Because it's the Olympics it's pretty much the design I expected i.e. Red. On first glance I'm not sure I like the zipped collar as I think buttons would look far better. Also the Swiss flag looks a little bit plonked on and as if it would peel off after a few washes.

Federer Olympic 2012 Outfit Gallery


Huge fan of Roger Federer. I watch all his matches from Grand Slam level right down to ATP 250. When I'm not watching or writing about tennis I play regularly myself and have a keen interest in tactics, equipment and technicalties of the sport.

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  1. If it is for the Olympics, surly there should be no ‘RF’ logo as he should be wearing the same outfit as any other Swiss player would be wearing?

  2. His RF logo is there as is Nike because that’s his brand Wawrinka won’t wear the same as he isn’t with Nike..

  3. I agree about the Swiss flag. It appears to be almost an afterthought. I don’t mind the zipper so much but the black border around it is too striking and odd. It’ll probably look better when it’s worn and not zipped to the top. Anyway, the best thing about this is Roger looks HOT in RED!

  4. I agree with Wendy up there, Roger looks hot in red! I love Roger and I love red, so… 🙂 Anyway, yeah, the Swiss flag looks like a last-minute addition to the shirt. The zipped collar looks okay to me.

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