Fourth of July Fan Favorites – Pro Players & Apparel

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Cheering for your favorite pro players across the pond at Wimbledon just got a little more patriotic. That’s because this Fourth of July weekend, there will be some great Americans to cheer on as they chase down the grass title.

U.S. Wimbledon Hopefuls

Rising American superstar Coco Gauff, will play her third-round match against Kaja Juvan on Saturday, July 3.  The 17-year old Guaff is expected to give the 20-year-old Juvan a real run for her money as she executes some of her best shots yet!

Taylor Fritz, is another young American pro to watch closely. Armed with a stealthy two-handed backhand, he will play the number four seed, Alexander Zverev on July 3.  Fritz will have his work cut out for him and we can expect this match to go the distance. Both players are striking the ball well and playing at the top of their game.

Pro Players

Another U.S. name to watch is Sebastian Korda. Korda has made it to the Round of 16.  He is scheduled to take on Karen Khachanov from Russia on Monday, July 5.  I wouldn’t be surprised if this match goes to a fifth-set tiebreaker!

Customary for Wimbledon, the middle Sunday is reserved for tournament play affected by any rain delays.  There have only been four such occasions since the tournament’s inception in 1877.  They occurred in  1991, 1997, 2004, and 2016. There is little chance of matchplay this Fourth.

Patriotic Pro Players Enlist in the Olympics

If you happen to miss your favorite American pros at Wimbledon, not to worry.  The Olympics are just around the corner and the U.S. team has a favorable roster.  Among the greats who are expected to compete in Toyko, Japan is Coco Gauff,  Jennifer Brady, Jessica Pegula, and Alison Riske on the women’s side.

We can expect to see Tommy Paul, Frances Tiafoe, Tennys Sandgren, and Marcos Giron on the men’s side in Tokyo.  Opening ceremonies will be on July 23, 2021, and the summer games will conclude on Sunday, August 8. Be on the lookout for more details about the Olympics and your favorite player by regularly checking back to our TennisExpressBlog.

Fan Favorite Apparel and Gear

Pro player gear

If you are looking to play like a pro on the court as you watch your favorite pro players in all of the latest and greatest apparel, look no further than

We have some amazing items to help you root for your pros.  Apparel like the Nike Women’s Herigate USA Olympic Muscle Tank Top.  This top has thick straps and a high neckline giving you the extra coverage you want during the warm summer months.  It also has wide armholes and is incredibly breathable.  Not to mention the red USA printed on the front with the iconic black Nike swoosh. This muscle tank is great for daily activities, routine workouts, or your next big match!

Be sure to savor the Sumer Olympics in the Adidas Men’s Primeblue Heat.RDY Freelift Tokyo Tennis Top in White and Dash Grey.  Would you believe this tennis top is made from Primeblue material that is 100% recycled polyester? It also has HEAT.RDY technology that will keep you cool on the court and looking awesome whether you’re just hitting around or watching the pros!  With its subtle zig-zag pattern, reinforced neck, and sleeves, this top is sure to be a winner in everyone’s book!

Olympic Shoe-Stoppers

If you’re looking for a real “shoe-stopper,” look no further than the lightweight and dynamic performing of Asics.  These  Men`s Solution Speed FF 2 Tokyo Tennis Shoes and Women’s Solution Speed FF2 Tokyo Tennis Shoes could element your game has been waiting for! They were specifically designed for the Olympics and are available for purchase at

Equipped with new FlyteFoam® technology, the FF 2’s are touted for providing excellent cushioning and bounces back.  They have structural integrity like few others and have been engineered to add both protection and lateral support. Besides an outsole that helps increase your on-court speed, these shoes have a modified herringbone tread pattern that is well-suited for all court surfaces.

Expect even more amazing products and stories to come from  Visit regularly, and have a safe and Happy Fourth of July!



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