Roger Federer registers new brand logo just days after regaining ‘RF’ logo

Roger Federer had recently announced the news of the return of his official ‘RF Caps’ in association with UNIQLO.

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Roger Federer with his ‘RF’ cap

Swiss Tennis icon Roger Federer had recently announced the news of the return of his official ‘UNIQLO RF Caps’. The 20-time Grand Slam winner had been releasing his line of official caps in association with Nike in the past and following his association with UNIQLO, sales were stopped. But a few days back, the 39-year-old announced that the RF Caps were back, in association with UNIQLO.

The ‘RF’ logo was sported by Federer right from 2006 till 2018 when the Swiss star ended his association with Nike by switching to UNIQLO from the 2018 Wimbledon. Despite the fact that the logo was Federer’s, Nike retained rights for using the logo. Only two weeks ago did Federer regain the rights from Nike.

New logo has ‘R’ and a period

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The new logo

Following the reclamation of the ‘RF’ logo, Roger Federer has now reportedly registered a new brand logo according to TennisActu. This new logo is even simpler than the ‘RF’ logo. It has a capital ‘R’ along with a period. Although it is unsure as to why Federer has registered this logo and for what purpose he plans to use the same, fans have speculated that the tennis icon could be about to launch his own fashion line.

Given the marketability, fame and adoration that Federer is associated with, it should come as no surprise if an announcement of his own fashion line is made. A new-look Federer could be seen making his way to the tennis court as early as the 2021 Australian Open.

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