The new tennis collections are ready to turn heads and revolutionize the game with game-changing features at the French Open 2022. Marija Zivlak from Women’s Tennis Blog gives us a look at the latest outfits designed to keep WTA players comfortable and stylish as they battle to progress in the Grand Slam draw over the next two weeks.
Adidas is inspired by the botanical gardens surrounding the Roland Garros site. The Paris collection celebrates the diversity of the planet with bold prints that nod to exotic plants located in nearby greenhouses. The ecological aspect continues to be the main objective of adidas, which is why the new pieces have been made with Parley Ocean plastic or partly with recycled materials.
Maria Sakkari of Greece presents the adidas Paris Wow dress, a black and white sleeveless design with side slits and an elongated back. The item comes with separate ball shorts that have Alphaskin for an adaptive fit that wraps around your body for comfort. Botanical-inspired graphics dominate both the front and back.
Fila enters the tournament with a major addition to its roster of approved athletes – the reigning Roland Garros champion Barbora Krejcikova. The Czech will launch the Center Court collection, with the WTA player sponsored by Fila Karolina Pliskova.
Former World No.1 Pliskova will opt for either the Fila Center Court Strappy Tank Top in evening primrose, a summery model with wider mesh straps at the back and spaghetti straps adorned with metal rings at the front, or the Fila Center Court Galaxy Tank Top, a colorful racerback that the Czech chose for her promotional photoshoot. The selection of tops will be paired with the Fila Center Court Skirtcrafted from a slightly sheer illusion mesh that exposes the contrasting inner boyshorts.
In her first tournament as a Fila representative, Krejcikova is expected to wear two styles: a pink Center Court Racerback Tank Top paired with a white pleated skirt or a white Center Court Racerback Tank Top combined with colored Center Court Galaxy Skirt.
The Nike Paris collection creates a flowing effect with curved lines and wavy blocks in pastel colors. Asymmetry and unconventionally positioned cutouts add visual interest to figure-hugging silhouettes.
The centerpiece is the Nike Paris Slam Dress, a bold single-sleeve design with striking cutouts under the bust and on the right shoulder blade. the Nike Paris Slam Tank Top and Nike Paris Slam Skirt also provide a somewhat futuristic, wavy look that flows with players as they run around the pitch. The items combine palettes of mint, yellow, beige and obsidian, which nicely complement the red clay of the French capital.
the Asics Roland Garros clothes have already received a lot of exposure, such as the top ranked Iga Swiatek sported the outfit en route to titles at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia and the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix.
The outfit of choice for the dominant WTA player this clay-court season includes the Paris Match graphic tank top, Paris match skirt and Gel Resolution 8 Tennis Shoes. The performance top incorporates different mesh fabrics, ACTIBREEZE technology and a keyhole opening in the back. The pleated skirt has an elastic waistband with drawstring and built-in shorts.
New Balance’s collection combines an eye-catching black and white print with pastel hues. He understands the Tournament Racerfront Printed Tank Top, Printed Tournament Skort and Printed Tournament Mesh Shorts. As far as shoes go, New Balance presents the FuelCell 996v4 in a vibrant spring burst with vibrant purple. This collection will be available at Tennis Warehouse at the end of June.
Tennis Warehouse also offers official Roland-Garros merchandise. Ladies can celebrate the most anticipated clay court tournament of the year in the Women’s Roland Garros 2022 logo t-shirt accessorized with the Women’s Roland Garros 2021 Trucker Cap.
The French Open is set to host a competitive tennis fashion game. When we see all the dresses in action, we can decide which models stand out as the most stylish this season on clay.
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