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Here's What to Pre-Order From Roger Federer's Uniqlo Line

The tennis legend partnered with Uniqlo on a five-piece tennis collection.
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Roger Federer's appearance at Wimbledon this year was noteworthy despite his upset in the quarterfinal match against Kevin Anderson: it marked the first time the tennis legend wore Uniqlo for a match. Federer, who previously had a partnership with Nike that dated back to 1994, has signed a new deal with Uniqlo worth an estimated $300 million, ESPN reports. And now, you can get your hands on the Uniqlo items Federer wore to Wimbledon. The five-piece collection, which will be sold as a set for $120, is available for preorder through the retailer now. Here's a peek at the items:

Roger Federer Game Wear Shirt

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Roger Federer Game Wear Shorts

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Roger Federer Game Wear Socks

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Roger Federer Game Wear Wristband

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Roger Federer Game Wear Headband

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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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