Rafael Nadal said that “Wimbledon is the tournament of the year where they do whatever they want to do in that sense. Whatever it might be, whether I’m two or three, I will have to be at my best and will have to fight to win all the games I’m involved in.”
“And the only thing that doesn’t seem right is that it is only the Wimbledon tournament that does this. This is not just for me, it is only for other players too. As the other players do not respect the status that the players have earned throughout this season.”
As the other brands that are fighting for the prominence and eyeballs at each of the tennis calendar’s four Grand Slam events by dressing the players in unique patterns, singular graphics and an array of the bright colors, they all must take a different approach when they arrive in London for the summer. But while this rule may certainly limit some creativity, it also forces brand’s hands on the other areas and also opens up a new option at retail.
This Wimbledon Championship has continued to refine and also tighten the white rule in the year 2014, which included accessories in the rule listing for the very first time. Then the apparel rule comes with the 10 different points, really, and it “refers to all the clothing, including the tracksuits and sweaters, that are worn on The Championship courts both for practice and also for matches.
And as Novak Djokovic’s win in the year 2018 was his fourth Wimbledon crown. And Serbian great might not match the Roger Federer’s astonishing 11 titles, but he is also heavily favored to triumph the back-to-back for the very first time in England. Besides Djokovic, keeping an eye on Rafa Nadal, who is fresh off his 12th French Open victory and will now seek a 19th Grand Slam title overall at the Wimbledon this summer.