World No. 1 Roger Federer played his first night match at the US Open and debuted his tuxedo-inspired evening outfit from the Nike Black Collection. Dressed in black from head to toe, Federer was like a thief in the night, stealing the match from Chilean Paul Capdeville in swift fashion. Let's take a closer look at Federer's fashion (note: shorts with satin side stripes not pictured; most likely customized 9" Global Control Shorts with extended tab from Nike Fall collection):
The Dri-FIT Polo has a satin-backed placket from which Roger's initials "RF" are laser etched. The laser cut graphic exposes the satin facing behind. Rear of polo has "RF" logo at collar that fades into a sublimated pattern down the back.
Here's the all-black version of the Nike Vapor IV. Nike will offer 50 pairs of this US Open Vapor IV on-site in NYC only. Roger's on court version sports 3 red and white Swiss flag logos, each one designated with an '04, '05, and '06 for his last 3 consecutive US Open wins. Additional details include an embossed "RF" logo on the heel and tongue.
The one-off court bag features a flashy patent leather look with an iridescent blue Swoosh.