Adidas Gets You HEAT.RDY for 2020

Adidas HEAT.RDY Apparel Collection with Adidas Tennis Pros

Adidas is at it again for the new year designing innovative clothing for the modern-era tennis player. For 2020, the brand is launching their “Ready” gear theme which helps athlete’s in all sports be ready for the best performance possible. This concept starts with their AEROREADY technology which takes the previous ClimaLite tech to another level of sweat protection.

Quote from Adidas Innovation Center – “The ultimate goal is to have a product that delivers high performance, but which is also made in a sustainable way.”

Adidas HEAT.RDY Apparel Collection


HEAT.RDY Performance Gear for Men

Since the Australian Open is one of the hottest grand slams during the year, adidas came up with HEAT.RDY performance apparel for the pros to wear. This is updated with Keep Cool AeroReady technology to help players feel cool, dry and fearlessly confident on court. Sascha Zverev and Dominic Thiem all are rocking the Men’s HEAT.RDY FreeLift Tennis Top. This high performance tee features FreeLift construction, open hole side structured panels, and a 90s sublimated allover print to standout on court. It’s come in two distinct colorful prints: Dash Green with Tech Indigo or White with Shock Yellow and Tech Purple.

Alexander Zverev in HEAT.RDY Adidas Top Dash Green and Tech IndigoDominic Thiem HEAT.RDY Adidas Top in Tech Purple and White

For those that want to more modern class, there is the Men’s HEAT.RDY FreeLift Tennis Polo worn on-court by Stefanos Tsitsipas and other adidas pros. Although it’s basic looking, it’s made with modern innovations to give him a stylish, high performing look. FreeLift construction, open hole side structured panels and a Henley ribbed collar all work together to keep him perfect during play. This one comes in three variable colors: Purple Tint, Dash Green and White.

Stefanos Tsitsipas in HEAT.RDY Adidas Polo and 2n1 ShortModel in Adidas Men's HEAT.RDY FreeLift Dash Green Tennis Polo Model in Adidas Men's HEAT.RDY FreeLift White Tennis Polo

On bottom, adidas is changing it up with the Men’s HEAT.RDY 2-in-1 Tennis Short. Just like it sounds there’s 2 shorts in this ensemble working together. The bottom layer is an Alpha Skin compression short that’s has a slightly longer inseam with sweat wicking ability and better coverage. The outer short layer is a stretch woven fabric that provides easy protection as well as ball storage and comes in two different lengths 7 or 9 inches. Similar to the tops, they come in three different colors: White with Tech Indigo, Legend Earth with Grey Two, and Tech Indigo with Dash Green.

Stefanos Tsitsipas in HEAT.RDY 2n1 Short and Stycon shoeadidas Men's HEAT.RDY 2n1 Tennis Short White with Dash Greenadidas Men's HEAT.RDY 2n1 Tennis Short Tech Indigo and Dash Green

HEAT.RDY Performance Gear for Women

On the other side, the ladies have their own specific high performance heat gear they’re rocking on court. Garbine Muguruza and Kristina Mladenovic are wearing the HEAT.RDY Tennis Dress in Tech Purple and Shock Yellow. There’s a Y-elastic back that allows for a perfect fit and plenty freedom to swing. The dress has a whole lot of color-blocking with lots of vivid tones KeepCool technology to help you stay confident. It’s fitted at the top, and flared at the hem for an eye-catching look. There’s also an integrated bra and a compression short to go with the dress.

Kristina Mladenovic in HEAT.RDY Adidas DressGarbine Muguruza in Adidas HEAT.RDY Dress

Angelique Kerber, Jelena Ostapenko and Caroline Wozniacki have opted for the HEAT.RDY Tennis Tank. It features the same Y-elastic back with a sleek and stylish color-blocking design. It has a slimming, body hugging look and integrated bra for support. You can find it in two different color tones: Tech Purple with Shock Yellow and Dash Green with Tech Indigo. To coordinate with the tanks, players can wear the HEAT.RDY 13 inch Skort in Tech Purple or Tech Indigo. The medium length skort comes with a slightly flared silhouette, wide waistband for a snug fit and built-in compression shorts.

Angie Kerber in adidas HEAT.RDY Tank and SkortCaroline Wozniacki in adidas HEAT.RDY Tank and Skort Dash Green with Tech Indigo

Another performance apparel option is the Women’s HEAT.RDY Tennis Top which comes in Tech Purple or Black. This has a more relaxed feel, like a tee, but still comes with KeepCool technology and color blocking design. There’s also mesh panels under the arms for enhanced ventilation when you need it.


Adidas Heat.RDY Top with Tennis Skort in Purple Tint   Model in Adidas Women's HEAT.RDY Tennis Top Black

 HEAT.RDY Club Gear for Men and Women

Now if you didn’t like what the pros are wearing, but still want this high performing heat protection apparel you are just in luck! Adidas is also bringing HEAT.RDY Club apparel to market. These won’t have as much color to them, but will provide you with great function.

The HEAT.RDY Color Block Tennis Top is one option that will keep the heat bouncing off the tennis court and your game laser focused. It’s made with recycled doubleknit polyester that’s breathable and airy. There’s a tennis motion cut design for natural swinging during play. The men’s version comes with a subtle ribbed V-neck collar for a slightly modern look. The women’s version comes with a curved hem, pleated details and a crew neck collar for a classic feel. Both men and women can get the Color Block Top in White, Black and Blue.

The Men’s HEAT.RDY Color Block Polo features similar material and style as the top, but also comes with UPF 50 protection and a little classier fold over collar with 3-button placket. It comes in four color variations Black, White, Tech Indigo and Glory Amber.


The Women’s HEAT.RDY Color Block Tank, coming in Tech Indigo or Yellow Tint, is a great option for someone needing a shirt to go the gym and straight to the tennis court. It’s made with the same materials as the short sleeve top, but with a little more room in the shoulders and longer silhouette length for coverage.

For a more traditional country club look, there’s the Men’s HEAT.RDY Color Block Striped Polo or Pique Polo. The Color Block polo comes with Freshrite technology for better odor protection and a 2-button placket with a striped ribbed collar in Tech Indigo or Black. The Pique Polo, available in Black and Grey Six or White and Tech Indigo, features a soft pique material, 2-button placket with fold over collar and a slightly different striped design on the chest.

To coordinate with these tops, men have the option of the HEAT.RDY Ergo Melange 7 or 9 inch Short and the Color Block 9 inch Short. The Ergo Melange shorts are made with stretch woven melange fabric to allow for easier movements on court and come in Tech Indigo or Solid Grey colors. The Color Block short is made recycled doubleknit polyester material and split side seams for a little more coverage. The Color Block short is available in three color variations: Black, Legend Ink or Legend Earth.


To get your HEAT.RDY adidas gear, head over to Tennis today and be ready for anything that comes your way!

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