Tennis News Today: Lacoste CEO apologizes for prematurely releasing Novak Djokovic’s 25th Grand Slam tracksuit; Jaz, the daughter of Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf, is ecstatic about her new hairdo

Jaz, the daughter of tennis legend Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf, showed off her new hairstyle with excitement. In other news, the CEO of Lacoste apologized for leaking ahead of time a tracksuit honoring Novak Djokovic’s 25th Grand Slam triumph.

Here is a summary of today’s top tennis news: In the meantime, Naomi Osaka talked about her feelings about partnering Nick Kyrgios for the US Open mixed madness event. Iga Swiatek wrote a heartfelt message to Karolina Muchova after the latter announced her comeback from a nine-month injury hiatus. Nicole Melichar-Martinez, the top American in doubles, expressed her frustration over being left out of the 2024 Paris Olympics. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer expressed admiration for each other after the Spaniard praised the Swiss’ most recent documentary.

The daughter of legendary tennis couple Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf, Jaz, flaunted her new hairstyle. The 21-year-old had previously worn “shaggy layers” and “wispy bangs” with darker blonde roots and lighter ends. She then underwent a dramatic transformation by coloring her hair brown and taking on a curlier look. Later, she darkened it even more and accentuated the curls.

Lacoste CEO Thierry Guibert apologizes for prematurely revealing the Serbian player’s 25th Grand Slam tracksuit. The apparel company made an error and wrongly advertised a $350 special edition tracksuit in anticipation of Novak Djokovic’s 25th Grand Slam victory.

This special edition outfit, which includes the iconic crocodile badges and the number “25,” suggests that Djokovic has already won his 25th Grand Slam title. Lacoste’s special edition tracksuit for the Serb – Lacoste.com Guillaume apologized on X (formerly Twitter) on June 20, citing a technical glitch.

“I have to apologize about that. It was a mistake on our side due to IT issues,” wrote Guibert.

While rehabilitating from a knee injury sustained during his run at the French Open, Novak Djokovic, the legendary Serbian tennis player, will also be competing in the Paris Summer Olympics in 2024.

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