Roger Federer takes back his brand: "I'm happy for the fans"



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Roger Federer takes back his brand: "I'm happy for the fans"

The iconic RF brand come back to his owner ad founder Roger Federer. The Swiss Maestro founded it in collaboration with the sponsor Nike, when the Swiss champion was still the testimonial of the well-known sportswear brand, has been reacquired by the 20-time slam champion after almost two years, to the delight of fans and the Japanese brand.

UNIQLO, with which Roger opened an onerous and important partnership in 2018. Federer himself communicated it last week with a message on his social channels, through which he also showed fans his first RF designer creations, that is, his caps.

A return to the past for the truth, as this product is a very similar reproduction to those signed by Nike and which at the time made a resounding success. Precisely with regard to this object that has become symbolic thanks to its name, which we imagine will return in a short time to climb the sales charts all over the world, Roger wanted to tell in the past few hours how much energy and commitment he has lavished together with his managerial staff to recover his very famous brand that, remember, the Swiss had no longer been able to use after the end of the contract with Nike because, as foreseen by an initial agreement, the American brand owned the rights.

The words of the 8-time Wimbledon champion are imbued with pride and satisfaction for having regained possession of his logo, which over the years has printed his image in the world, in every tournament, as a footprint that testified to the enthusiasm and admiration.

of fans towards him.

Here is all the enthusiasm of Roger Federer

"It's something I've been waiting for for a long time. I always knew that it would go well with Nike, that we would find an intelligent agreement.

I just tried to get my brand back soon enough to reassure the fans. UNIQLO has helped me a lot in this process. Finally everything went well after many steps, which is positive. It's an exciting time, because it's an iconic piece for my fans and for all the members of the tennis community who have supported me all these years.

So I wanted to do everything to bring this cap back on the court," said Roger. Now the expectation of all fans and insiders is that the Swiss champion himself will return to the court, competitive and rested, for the next season.

season. The return is expected, barring complications due to Pandemic, for the first slam of the season, in Melbourne, where Roger will once again try to amaze the world of tennis. The crowd will still need time, but when they can occupy the stands of a stadium again, they can be sure that many fans will pay homage to the return of the Basel tennis player wearing his own brand, who has finally returned home after two years.