Andy Murray has the weight of the world (or at least the weight of his country) on his shoulders, as he attempts to secure his first-ever Wimbledon title this weekend—granted he makes it to Sunday’s final. Why you ask? Because England has not had home-grown men’s player win the Wimbledon Championships since Fred Perry did it way back in 1936. And since the guy who defeated him in last year’s final got bounced prematurely—yes, we’re talking about Roger Federer—this could very well be Murray’s year.
As Murray gets set for his quarterfinals matchup against Fernando Verdasco on Wednesday, let’s take a moment to look at the bag he’s been storing his rackets in lately—the Head Monstercombi. As part of Murray’s exclusive bag line, the Monstercombi was released in a limited edition white colorway for Wimbledon, though for the rest of us tennis enthusiasts, the bag is available in the Brown/Orange colorway seen above. One of the bigger bags on the tour, the Murray Monsercombi is constructed from 100% polyester for durability, and has more than enough storage space for everything from rackets to sneakers. It features eight specific racket compartments, along with two middle compartments for footwear and laundry. The bag also features two side zipper pockets, and a backpack carry system that allows you to wear it over the shoulder or on your back.