The brand Sergio Tacchini was founded in 1966 by the name sake tennis professional, who, among other things, played in the famous italian Davis Cup team for 7 years, and still stands for authentic sportswear with a long tradition.
The brand achieved worldwide recognition, among other things, through colorful designs in an otherwise all-white sport and by equipping tennis greats such as John McEnroe Pete Sampras, Martina Navrátilová, Martina Hingis and Novak Djokovic.
Sergio Tacchini has been defining traditional sports- and lifestyle clothing on and off the court for over 50 years. In the 80s, the famous tracksuits established themselves in the British subculture of "casuals", which were known to dress well but
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Shipping to Belgium, Netherlands, France, Italy takes 3-5 business days.
Shipping to USA, Asia, Australia with FEDEX EXPRESS takes usually 3-5 business days. In some cases, due to customs checks, the delivery can take longer, up to 15 business days.
From 01.01.2020, goods from the brands Nike, Jordan and Nike SB cannot be delivered to countries outside the EU.
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