Redesigning Rafa

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In case you didn’t know, there’s been a lot of talk in the last few months about Rafael Nadal overhauling his image, at least as it comes to fashion on the court. He and Nike want to move away from the muscle shirt and Capri pants — a “hunky rebel” look — to that of a more traditional tennis player: polos and shorts.

Read the rest of this post at Men’s Vogue Daily.

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5 Responses to “Redesigning Rafa”

  1. butter Says:

    I read this entry over @ men’s Vogue! I must say that I don’t want Rafa to change his look. He’s the only one who could pull off the pirate pants and the muscle tees on court!

    BTW, I love this shirt he’s wearing! I love the colors and simplicity of its design.

  2. Nez Says:

    i think its great hes gonna be wearing tees. he looks very good in them :)

  3. Jonathan Scott Says:

    that shirt is great, and he looks great in it

  4. Magnus Says:

    I guess Nike can’t sell it to the older demographics, sleeveless shirts and pirate pants! and not every lanky kid can pull of a sleeveless shirt!

  5. Darius Says:

    No way. Don’t change what works so wonderfully. I think his look is athletic and attractive. Why americanise or Federer-ise him?

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