Novak Djokovic visits Uniqlo in NYC

Novak Djokovic, who lost against Roger Federer in the last Cincinnati finals with a score of 6-0, 7-6, is now preparing for the US Open, and also visited his sportswear brand shop, Uniqlo, in New York City.

Uniqlo is a Japanese brand that was first created in 1974, and now is a very popular clothing store throughout Japan. Uniqlo has gotten some attention after Novak Djokovic contracted with Uniqlo for his sportswear. Uniqlo is also contracted with Kei Nishikori, who is ranked 18th in the current rankings and is a Japanese tennis player. Novak Djokovic contracted with Uniqlo before the French Open in 2012, which he unfortunately lost against Rafael Nadal. However, Rafael Nadal will not be playing in this year’s US Open, which is a great chance for Novak, but it is also a great handicap for Novak’s rival, Roger Federer, as well.

Back to the topic. Novak Djokovic visited a Uniqlo shop located in New York City on August 22nd, and many fans crowded the area, trying to take a look at the world’s former number 1 (currently number 2) tennis player. Novak Djokovic uploaded a photo on Facebook which showed what he will be wearing in the US Open for this year.

The colors are mostly white and blue, with some red strips along his side. I like the design for this sportswear, as it reminds me a little of the tennis anime, “Prince of Tennis.” The sportswear shown above will be released once the US Open begins, which is on August 27th. Here is also another photo that I found on Djokovic’s Facebook account.

Pretty exciting! Djokovic states that if you post yourself wearing Djokovic’s US Open tennis wear on Twitter with the hashtag “#nolefan” there may be a chance that he might see you!





That’s all for today’s scoop, but I would like to announce that we have a new author, Diego Bocanegra. He will be posting some articles on the site, while advertising a betting website as he goes along. Please note that the sites that he posts are not supported by CLN. Anyways, welcome Diego!

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