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Nike products made with recycled polyester are made from recycled plastic bottles that are cleaned, shredded into flakes and converted into pellets. From there, the pellets are spun into new, high-quality yarn used in our products, delivering peak performance with a lower impact on the environment. Recycled polyester reduces waste and reduces carbon emissions by approximately 30% compared to virgin polyester.

Nike Athletes

Over 45 years of progressive NikeCourt tennis designs highlight Nike’s commitment to its iconoclastic athletes’ on- and off-court styles.

Rafael Nadal

Nadal has been the most successful player in history on clay courts. Nadal is the first player to win 4 grand slams without dropping a set.

Serena Williams

With 73 WTA titles and 23 Grand Slam trophies next to her name, Serena Williams has been referenced as the greatest of all time by many.

Naomi Osaka

Osaka has been ranked No. 1 by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA), and is the first Asian player to hold the top ranking in singles.

2021 Australian Open Collection

Rafa Challenger Crew

World No. 2 Rafa Nadal will once again be seen in his signature collection

Vapor Cage 4

updated design that puts flexible, durable materials exactly where they're needed the most.

Melbourne Skirt

Nike stars will be highlighted in the Spring Slam Melbourne Tank alongside the Spring Melbourne Skirt in various colours.

Melbourne Tank

The latest collection provides excellent range of motion and subtle detailing throughout.

NikeCourt History

In 1973, Nike was revolutionizing the running world with its Nike Waffle Racer and Nike Boston shoes whilst the international tennis world was attempting to maintain its middle-of-the-road all-white dress code as the sport’s iconic Battle of the Sexes upended perceptions of the game and its players. In short: An athletic coup was brewing and the two seemingly disparate entities (the famously audacious brand and the four-century-old pastime) were on a direct collision course.

The decisive encounter took place in the appropriately unlikely location of Seattle, Washington, which from 1972 to 1973 hosted the Rainier International Tennis Classic, part of the now defunct Grand Prix tennis circuit. Here, Nike envoys encountered a young Romanian player known for his cheeky antics, unconventional, style and winning – the same captivating mix the brand celebrated in its star runner Steve Prefontaine. Soon after the tournament, Nike signed the athlete, who wore the brand’s tennis shoes as he claimed the sport’s top ranking. This ruffled traditionalists’ feathers and hinted at the NikeCourt DNA that would take firm root five years later when the brand partnered with an even more rebellious player.

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