Don’t expect to see Roger Federer rocking the Swoosh or Jordan Brand anytime soon, as he has officially left Nike to sign a deal worth $300 million over 10 years with Japanese clothing company Uniqlo. The deal allows him to sell space on his shirt, unlike his previous agreement with Nike, via Rovell.
The report also noted his deal with Nike expired at the start of March, and was given the chance to match Uniqlo’s offer and declined. Nike still owns the trademark for his “RF” logo.
Uniqlo announced its new deal with Federer on Twitter:
— UNIQLO UK (@UNIQLO_UK) July 2, 2018
It’s probably safe to say that we won’t be seeing anymore NikeCourt Zoom Vapor RF x AJ3s anytime soon.