January 31, 2008
Yep...the lucky person who caught Djokovic's winning adidas shirt at the Australian Open is doing what any red-blooded capitalist should do...sell it on eBay!
The starting bid is AU $ 4,999 (US $4,445.61). The description:
This shirt was worn by new Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic in the Men's Final on Sun 27 January 2008. Caught (full of sweat!) in the audience Row A Seat 108. Comes with the ticket as a proof of authenticity, plus any photos as needed. Collectable Value - Novak is the first Serbian to win a Grand Slam final and the youngest ever winner at Melbourne Park.
from Down the Line
November 23, 2007
Head Liquidmetal Racquetball Bag. The bag is medium/large size. It measures 29" X 14" X 10". Because of the very stylish design and the nice use of convienient pockets and pouches, the bag seems a lot smaller than it really is. It features a large inside compartment with a small zippered pouch for items such as your keys and small personal items. On the outside there is a racquetball compartment which holds 2-3 racquets. The other side features a medium size padded pouch that will hold your glasses and various other items. On one of the ends of the bag there is a medium sized zippered pouch which contains 3 different size pockets and on the other end there is a large zippered pouch that holds all of your wet clothes. The bag also contains on the outside a small pouch that is good for your cell phone and jewelry and a glove cord that will hold several gloves. This bag is no longer sold in stores. Retails for $49.95. This bag has been personally used by myself no more than a handfull of times(probably like 4 or 5 and that's it) but is in near mint condition. There are absolutely no rips, tears, holes, marks, or stains at all and definitely no signs of wear. If I had the plastic bag it came in along with the little nonsense papers that come with it, then you could easily mistaken it for a brand new bag.
Check out the auction. $9.99 at the time of posting, great deal!
November 19, 2007
Vintage Fred Perry tennis balls in an unopened can. Can seems to be in pretty decent shape, a few dings here and there, but a very nice specimen. All metal can, holding three yellow balls.
VINTAGE FRED PERRY TENNIS BALL CAN W/BALLS,UNOPENED!
October 14, 2007
ADIDAS GTX Pro-T Ivan Lendl with original case with Ivan Lendl autograph printed on it and with original leather grip.
Click here for the eBay auction