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Roger Federer gets his trademark RF logo back

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Swiss International Tennis player Roger Federer has finally got his trademark “RF” logo back from sporting company Nike after two years since moved to Uniqlo. The “RF” logo which has been signature apparel for Roger Federer fans all over the world has been purchased and donned for a lot of years now. The 39-year-old gave his fans the good news by posting an exciting video of his showing the new Uniqlo sponsored RF caps on his Instagram handle.

He has been talking to the people at Nike to get the naming rights on his initials after he switched brands to the Korean company Uniqlo. He also said in an interview earlier in 2018 “The RF logo is with Nike, but it will come to me at some point.” This was said by the tennis legend when he just made the switch from Nike. He also added “I hope rather sooner than later, that Nike can be nice and helpful in the process to bring it over to me. It’s also something that was very important for me, for the fans really. “They are my initials. They are mine. The good thing is it’s not theirs forever,”

Despite the switch, many fans were seen sporting the caps when they went to support him in one of his matches. The start of the 2021 season will, however, see the famous cap return to the courts with a Uniqlo logo this time. Let’s see if this will bring a change in fortune for the Swiss champion.

 

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