Federer added: "Obviously we also need to figure out with Uniqlo when at one point we can start selling clothes for the public as well".
Federer, who had been wearing Nike since 1994, will continue wearing their shoes as Uniqlo does not make sports footwear. But it clearly had no effect on his game.
"It was a really nice feeling".
"I assume that the RF line that we've come to know will simply go away", Andrews said. "It's also something that was very important for me, for the fans really".
Federer is looking for a record-extending ninth title at the All England Club but only needed to step onto the court to create a bit more history.
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And he's apparently ready to oblige.
"Yeah, so the RF logo is with Nike at the moment, but it will come to me at some point", Federer said.
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This is not the first time Uniqlo has signed a big tennis star. Those three things I don't take.
The third-seeded Croatian hit 21 aces and a total of 44 winners - compared to one ace and six winners for Nishioka - to complete victory in 1 hour, 46 minutes.
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The second seeded Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark defeated America's Varvara Lepchenko 6/0, 6/3 to advance to the second round.
The 36-year-old eight-time Wimbledon champion penned a contract with Japanese apparel giant Uniqlo, virtually severing a two-decade association with Nike in the process. The match lasted just 61 minutes.
Federer played at 65 successive slams from the 2000 Australian Open, until missing the French Open in 2016.