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Roger Federer’s Outfit for Wimbledon 2019

Take a look at Federer's Uniqlo Gear for SW19

Here is Roger Federer's outfit for Wimbledon 2019. Like all his recent Uniqlo clothing, it's been created under the supervision of French fashion designer, Christophe Lemair and follows a similar style of the gear worn by Roger at the French Open and Halle.

The outfit is, of course, all white as per the All England Club rules with some brown piping on the sleeves and collar. You can check it out below:

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My impressions are it's pretty good. Simple design which it has to be for Wimbledon but I like the trim on the collar and sleeves. It's priced at $39.90 in the US market which is also a steal when compared to the Nike gear of yesteryear.

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What do you guys think of the outfit? Let me know in the comments.

Jonathan

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 tweeting about tennis I play regularly myself and use this blog to share my thoughts on Federer and tennis in general.

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  1. Always loved white. Grew up playing tennis on clay in Montreal where it was mandatory at our club. However what’s with the brown colour piping? Enough brown already! Whatever happened in using colours people like? Navy Blue-Light Blue-Light Red-Dark Red…in any case was thrilled that Roger lifted the trophy in Halle Sunday to make it 10 and 102 in the 10 and 100 Clubs where there are only 2 members! I was so excited that it felt like I had played and won! So looking forward for him to reach 12-109-186 or 13-110-187! Wishful? Yes! One can always ask the Universe for miracles to happen!

  2. Would’ve preferred the piping in a different colour, but there you go. Don’t suppose I’ll really notice it.

  3. I love it. Smart – simple – elegant.
    The brown colour brings a kind of continuity with the RG/Halle outfit and it brought him luck. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. Not bad. I like the collar. And any thing would be better than the daggy cream/brown combo from the clay season.

  5. Hey fans, the white compliments his toasty tan, and the brown bits, his eyes, his hair what more can we ask for except his lifting up the trophy at the end of Wimbledon?! Bonne chance Roger et mille bravo pour Halle, on est tres, tres fier de toi maestro!!!!! Salutations!

  6. Hey, I’m wondering if it’s the same material. The one I go on about, thick and stretchy and bags out. Looks saggy after a while. The collar seems to be in between USO and FO collars. Piping is fine. Too many giant red squares, you’d think he was in Moscow. Wish there was a giant RF on the chest instead!

  7. I miss the golden details, he never used it again.
    By the way, I hate the big red square of the logo. They should use the same colour as the details on the shirt, or at least only the letters. The squares ruins it.

    1. Agree about the red squares. If there was only one on the shirt it wouldn’t be too bad. But on the chest as well as the sleeve is too much.

    2. I like it when they keep colours as one-offs. Darth Federer was epic, then they kinda brought it back few years ago and he had an average tournament.

  8. Looks good except for the logo, too big and too many red boxes. Over advertising on Uniqlo brand tbh. Times like this a simple whoosh makes a world of difference. Glad the shorts are getting better, didnโ€™t like the cut at all last year.

  9. I couldn’t be more dissapointed with the trim & the color brown. When you put a color trim on the sleeves of a white shirt, it makes it look like an away shirt strip of a football team & not a predominantly all-white tennis shirt . Trims on the collar areas are fine. This was a golden opportunity to use a gold trim like Roger wore in 2009 or a Purple/Green trim like in 2012. The brown stands out too much & the shirts all-white appeal is thetefore compromised. Novak Djokovic’s Uniqlo 2015 Wimbledon outfit is amongst the best from Uniqlo Wimbledon. My sincere condolences to the Swiss fans of Roger who are unable to buy his outfit in Switzerland as there are NO Uniqlo stores there & all other countries do not ship worldwide. This is a farce & the Uniqlo Worldwide Federer marketing manager needs a talking to.

  10. We all agreed on the gigantic red squares. I miss Nike’s whole colour combinations from the head to toe. But it’s company’s logo and always red as Japan’s flag, what can we do about it. They must have already heard us on social media since the switch last year. Anyway, at least it’s a cool polo! I like the collar and trim, too. Though I’m pretend to see it’s gold not brown ๐Ÿ˜‰

  11. Itโ€™s… Monty Pyth… no, sorry.
    Itโ€™s… White! Yes, thatโ€™s it. White.
    (As for the logotype: itโ€™s the clothesโ€™ logotype, no way around it. Itโ€™s much better than having one automobile brand logotype on one sleeve, one watch brand logotype on the other, a kitchenware logotype on the left chest, a dog food brand on the right, a brand of ointment for toenailsโ€™ fungi on the shorts and a list of the upcoming gigs of a retired punk band on the back)

    1. Well, if you get then an automobile of that brand, a watch of that brand, a kitchenware of that brand (for your wife, if you have one and she is a woman, not a warrior for woman rights, no, it’s not bad spelling, not “human rights”), good portion of food of that dog food brand (unless you are all kittens lover), so many tubes of the ointment for toenail’s fungi, how many toes you own and the list of upcoming Beatles’ revival gigs (were they not punk?) every day of your life; everything delivered by certain Swiss guy wearing WHITE HAT AND SHOES from the times of first Winbledon tournament ever …

      1. “for your wife, if you have one and she is a woman, not a warrior for woman rights,”

        Poland is a good country for finding a non feminazi ๐Ÿ™‚

      1. @Jon
        Color-nazi or what? Why are balls not white? I can recall times, when tennis balls where white all over the world, I think. Am I right?

      2. Don’t think the dress code applies to the practice courts – although it probably does if you’re practising on the outside courts.

      3. Yep, I’ve got pics from 2015 of Stan, Andy, Novak and Boris all in white, practising pre-11 o’clock on the outside courts and all wearing white.

        Though actually I’ve got an (incredibly blurred, because taken through the netting) photo from 2017 of Nadal on the practice courts, and he’s wearing all white too. I don’t remember always seeing that on the practice courts, though.

      4. Yep, Roger out on the practice courts yesterday in a black T-shirt – and another player wearing navy shorts. Not to mention the multi-coloured Ash Barty.

  12. If Wimbledon was an outfit contest, Roger is out before first match, hahaha … fortunately it isn’t ๐Ÿ™‚
    Wearing such an outfit you don’t look like ROGER FEDERER, are completely under the radar and your opponents believe it may be RF first after being triple bagelled !!!

  13. So instead of the red squares, use a WHITE square, outlined in red even, with white lettering. This would be especially cool for the Japanese characters, and agree you don’t need to be saying “UNIQLO!!!!!” on the chest as well as the sleeve.

    Brown piping, really? Why not green for grass, or yellow for tennis balls, or … anything. Literally anything else.

    But if you’re going to pipe the bottom of the sleeves, you need to pipe the bottom of the shorts too.

    I found the brown ok on the clay finally – I actually liked the reverse stripe from top to bottom – but didn’t think the colors went well with grass.

    Agree with comments above about how this fabric, if it’s the same, gets baggy as you wear it.

  14. Why are colors allowed on rackets? It’s disgusting ๐Ÿ˜‰ Why are crowds allowed to wear anything but white???

  15. I think its much better than the last outfit! I’d buy it. HOWEVER, where are the other sizes on the Uniqlo site? There’s no S, M, or L to be seen for the shirt.. Its not possible those sizes have sold out right? Cause it’s on preorder lol.

  16. I struggle with the brand name, UNI QLO, and I suspect Roger must have as well. His native language is German as far as I know. I mean, QLO is too close in pronunciation to KLO, or perhaps I am reading this wrong.

    1. Right – UNI-KLO ๐Ÿ˜‰ Loo on the uni(versity) camp, hahaha … Or Unified Loo … Roger’s native language is actually Basler dialect.

    2. In Japanese, you pronounce yoo-nee-kloh [jษฏษฒikษฏษพo] so I don’t think Roger has a problem ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. I would require Wimbledon management to take care of the color of the courts. After 2 days they are more potato-field-like than grass-like. Why do they call it “Holy Grass”? and not Holy Potato?

  18. What about Nadal complaining about Wimbledon’s special seeding routine?
    I think, he is principally right. Why not the same in slams on other surfaces?
    The justification can be only one.
    Wimbledon is a kind of white elephant.
    Let’s do the same in Paris and Federer must start in qualies.

      1. That’s the question ๐Ÿ˜‰ He plays an exhibition at Hurlingham. I don’t think he would really need to be 2. Just like Fed. Depending on the draw they could still meet each other in SF in both cases. Or any of them to play Djokovic in SF (and the other maybe Thiem? Thiem should be strong this year in Winbledon and not complaining about not being seeded 4. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      2. It does not make sense that only Wimbledon has its own seeding. It is even more ilogical that this happens with grass where nobody plays more than 1 serious tournament every year.

        Nadal should not have to play anything to get the 2 seed. He is comfortably the no 2 player in the world and no 1 in the race to London. His seed is a joke.

        Ultimately this is bad for fans, they are taking away a potential final between the 2 best players of the world.

      3. It has been the same system since 2002. It’s not like they have just done it on a whim.

        If the system had bumped Nadal up, nobody would be complaining.

      4. Up to the player to play. Djokovic was seeded lower last year and he won. Good for him.

        Anyway there’s no grass M1000. Bet you aren’t too fussed about that.

      5. The point isn’t if Nadal should be or not be the 2 seed. The questions is why on earth Wimbledon has to have their own seeging process? If all the tournaments started to do the same it would be a mess.

        @Tennisfan “Anyway thereโ€™s no grass M1000. Bet you arenโ€™t too fussed about that”. You are incorrect, I would love to have at least one M1000 on grass. I don’t understand why we have to have 6 M1000 on HC when there is not a grass one.

      6. I agree with Pablo about justification of Wimbledon having own seeding system. Jon’s argument, it works since 2002, is negligible. Since 002 – it’s not something you could call tradition.

        Generally the position of slams is somehow weird. They are in fact biggest ATP+WTA events and WTA have “normal” ranking (without additional points for grass). This would mean, women have no tradition in Wimbledon and handle it like every other slam.

        No matter, who benefits from this funny system, the system is funny itself. Winning Wimbledon this year you can ensure you to be seeded 1. next year even if you are ranked 5. or 10. just before Wimbledon.

        But generally all debates about draws (FedFans say notoriusly, Nadal has always cakewalk. This is sick. For everyone. For those, who are pretending to the title, every draw is good. And every draw is bad for others.

        M100 on grass? Why not? I believe, why there is no any. Grass is going less and less popular among players. Nobody trains grass game over the season. Among young there are actually no grass players. They all hit the same as they would on any surface. There are some dinosaurs, led by Federer, who can play grass-specific game. They are almost not present in players under 30.

        I guess, grass is disappearing from tennis. Wimbledon is the last bastion, just because of tradition, but not that starting 2002. Other grass tournaments are not mandatory and are a kind of warm-up events (to have some match practice).

        But some go into Wimbledon without any match practice (mostly Djokovic and Nadal among the greatest).

        Players would not accept additional mandatory grass events in the calendar, I guess. And the season for grass is short. The maintenance of grass courts costs a lot. What is going on on Wimbledon courts before and after Wimby? Nothing, I guess. The courts need a whole year of maintenance. Maybe the same in other slams, but for different reasons, I guess.

        Halle, for once, has a program (not necessarily sports) all over the year and they lay out grass for this single tournament.

        What happens to grass after Fed (you know what ;))? I guess, it will slowly or suddenly disappear. No Nextgen interested in playing grass., if we like it or not

      7. But principally I’m against EVERY KIND OF SEEDING. Federer vs. Nadal in first round – why not? Would give others the chance, but one of the greatest would probably reach the final whatever the draw, so no chance, someone from nowhere wins the title. And no chance, one of the greatest meets in the final someone from 3rd hundred of the ranking.
        But I know, this is business, not sport.

  19. Or start to create new surfaces, like highway asphalt, Rain forest …, and call them Holy Road 66 or something. Wimbldon’s tradition is too long and no more clean (the roof, yellow balls, Chinese plastic strawberries …

  20. TBH, why the hell so many logos? Roger himself is the logo and everyone knows, he wears UNI-KLO ๐Ÿ˜‰ No logo at all would be surprising. But nobody will try to guess, why just 5 and not 25.
    Shorts in Wawrinka-style with hundreds of logos would be at least funny.

  21. Good news. Fed will not have to play the Dreddy Clown in first round ๐Ÿ™‚ Yes, Dreddy is good to watch, but not, if he plays your hero ๐Ÿ˜‰ Why don’t they arrange Challenger Circus Slams? For Dreddy, Bublik and Co. Kyrgios would fit well there.

    1. I’m shocked, nobody interested in Fed’s haircut ๐Ÿ˜‰ This may be just to be or not to be in Wimbledon. Meanwhile All England working on grass cut, so it fit’s Fed well ๐Ÿ™‚
      Well, new haircut is better than new outfit. How about wearing haircut only? ๐Ÿ˜‰

      1. @Wanda
        Colors are forbidden , right? But not the color of the skin, I guess. Wimbledon is not only for white people, isn’t it? So if UNIKLO doesn’t fit, maybe the skin color does? Hahaha …
        What I am? Sorry, not sure I understood your question ๐Ÿ™‚

      2. @Jon
        Thanks for the link. I would never guess, who is Will ๐Ÿ˜‰ Yep, maybe this is really me, only a bit older, hahaha …

      3. @Jon
        Actually English 4-th language. Just trying to make it 3-rd ๐Ÿ˜‰ The only thing I’m dong is learning. Weird humor? Nice. The field, on which I have some success (not yet in Wimby) ๐Ÿ™‚

      4. And we had yesterday some remarkable heat (+35ยฐC in the shade) and I have no air-condition, somehow does not fit into the forest ๐Ÿ˜‰

      1. Take it easy. Fed’s latest routine is to start with 3-days-beard and when it’s closer to the title than not, he starts to be cleanly shaved (prep for trophy lifting) ๐Ÿ™‚

    2. @Jon
      Can you write this text “Iโ€™m shocked, nobody interested in Fedโ€™s haircut ๐Ÿ˜‰ This may be just to be or not to be in Wimbledon. Meanwhile All England working on grass cut, so it fitโ€™s Fed well ๐Ÿ™‚
      Well, new haircut is better than new outfit. How about wearing haircut only? ๐Ÿ˜‰” in native English? I’m eager to learn ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. While we wait for draw ceremony (tomorrow at 10pm London time), Taurids are coming. They can hit the Earth tomorrow or Saturday and repeat the Tunguska event. If one of them hits the Earth (nobody knows, where can it happen), it can change a lot (including the draw) ๐Ÿ˜‰
    If you see a very light object passing through the sky (to see only during the day), it may be just one of Taurids.

  23. @Jonathan
    Have you same thoughts about the “first match/set/game/serve/whatever… is tricky” or “one-match-at-a-time mindset, when you are obviously favorite” issue? I have some since longer time and I’m still not sure, if this is superstition, ritual or reality. Maybe you could write an article (maybe in the dead time after Wimbledon?), if you find it interesting? Maybe I would write another one on my blog and then we post them on the same day and exchange links?
    Or maybe generally about psychological problems in tennis (choosing receive/serve after coin toss, problems when serving for set/match ), mental coaching having some sense or not and similar things.
    Let me know, if interested.

  24. I think ALL logos on players clothing at Wimbledon should be white. Itโ€™s not just Rogerโ€™s outsized logo that bothers me. Everyone is pushing the limits with their large, colored logos. White is white!

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