Roger Federer showed off his bold sense of style when he played against Fernando Verdasco of Spain during their men's singles third round match on Day Six of the 2012 US Open at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Sept. 1, 2012 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. Of course, it isn't only his style that gets attention, it's also his performance. As Bleacher Report commented, "At an age where most tennis players see a sharp decline in skills, Federer is still playing at an elite level."
The tennis player stepped onto the court wearing Nike apparel from head to toe. He was sporting a red Nike sweatband tied on his head and a matching wristband on one wrist. His shirt was a baby blue tennis shirt that didn't quite match the red sweatbands, and he was wearing white tennis shorts with a small amount of red trim on each pocket.
Even Roger Federer's socks were emblazoned with the iconic Nike swoosh making him a poster child for the company. Of course, it's no surprise that the athlete was sporting that particular brand. His contract with the company even led to his own line of apparel, the Roger Federer Collection.