Liberty on His Mind, Doubles Champion Seizes Opportunity at the Mike

Liberty on His Mind, Doubles Champion Seizes Opportunity at the Mike

After Jean-Julien Rojer won his second Grand Slam men’s doubles title on Friday, a question about his Statue of Liberty shirt seemed obvious and innocuous.

Quiet Please: Pharrell Williams and adidas launch tennis initiative for NYC

Quiet Please: Pharrell Williams and adidas launch tennis initiative for NYC

Pharrell Williams is known for his many fashion collaborations, from G-Star to Billionaire Boys Club to Chanel, but his partnership with adidas, which began in 2014 with a slick line of Stan Smith sneakers and track jackets signaled a deeper collaboration ahead.

Engaged Tennis Players Prefer to Be on the Same Side of the Net

Engaged Tennis Players Prefer to Be on the Same Side of the Net

The first time Tara Moore and Conny Perrin attempted a relationship, it ended in a split.

The two professional tennis players, who were introduced in 2011 by a mutual friend at a tournament in France, found it too difficult to sustain a relationship through the constant travel of the tour and often separate schedules. Perrin, from Switzerland, even prefers playing on clay, the least favorite surface of Moore, a Hong Kong-born Londoner.

Pharrell Wants to Incept Us All to be Better People

Pharrell Wants to Incept Us All to be Better People

We need more love," Pharrell Williams says to me, sitting in a hotel suite in downtown New York City. "We need love, man." And he's right. For many of us, there's never been a time where it was more clear that we need more love in this world. It's from that root need that he launched his latest campaign with Adidas named, in writing at least, Quiet Please. (with the intentional strikethrough). You can call it "Don't Be Quiet Please."