It’s no secret that Miami is a magical city filled with food, fun, and fantastic tennis! That’s why the pros are dressing for success on and off the court at the Miami Open Tennis Tournament this year.
Also, we are seeing some big brand names who are launching beautiful blends of tropical fusion, pastels, and vibrant colors to ensure fans are wowed and inspired.
Now let’s take a look at what some of the pros will be wearing as they dress for success on the court at the Miami Open Tournament. In completely random order I give you:
Kiki Mladenovic is an Adidas athlete through and through. She’ll be wearing pieces from Adidas’ latest collection dubbed Primeknit Primeblue Women’s Tennis Apparel. Her tank top is sure to be a stand-out in Cream White and the racerback has some cool features such as a cropped front and back for a more sleek, streamlined look. It was designed in honor of International Women’s Day earlier in the month. She’ll be pairing this top with the Adidas Women’s Primeknit Primeblue 13 Inch Tennis Skort in Wild Pink.
Both pieces are made with Primeblue fabric, a recycled material collected from coastlines committed to creating environmentally-friendly products.
This fierce competitor, Garbiñe, will be embracing her greatness as she chases down the Miami title in the Adidas Women’s Primeknit Primeblue Tennis Dress in Wild Pink. Similar to the tank and skort Kiki will be wearing, this ensemble was also inspired by the female greats of the tennis world. It offers a stretchy waistband, ventilation zones for breathability, and a beautiful fit-and-flare silhouette. The dress is also made with Primeblue fabric and comes in Wild Pink.
Additional items from the Adidas Miami collection can be found here.
Ranked No. 8 in the world, Andrey is expected to take to the courts wearing Nike’s latest creation. The Nike Men’s Court Dri-FIT Advantage Tennis Polo. This Polo is perfect for players who want to stay dry and comfortable from the first point to the last. It has a bunch of cool features including a range of motion and Dri-Fit technology. Rublev will pair the Parachute Beige polo with the Nike Men`s Court Dri-FIT Advantage 9 Inch Tennis Shorts.
7. Milos Raonic
Milos and fellow New Balance athletes will be wearing the Men`s FuelCell 996v4 Tennis Shoes. Talk about taking the court in confidence, these tennis shoes have been completely reimagined! They are significantly lighter, sit closer to the court and comes with New Balance’s most propulsive performance foam to date. When it comes to Milos and his game, it’s all about the fast footwork!
6. Kiki Bertens
There’s no denying Kiki will demonstrate an enormous amount of talent and style when she takes the courts in Miami in this Fila Women’s Tie Breaker Tennis Dress. Colorfully decorated with a fun tie-dye pattern, this dress boasts a sleek and streamlined design. It has the classic V-neck and racerback but is loaded with technical benefits like moisture-wicking technology and UPF protection. Plus it’s one of the few dresses that has a built-in bra and comes with a pair of shorties. It’s bound to be fun watching Kiki and seeing where this whimsical dress will take her!
Forecasted to be one of the newest generations of fast, lightweight, and comfortable tennis shoes on the market, Tsitsipas will storm the court in the Adidas Men`s Adizero Ubersonic 4 Tennis Shoes. Perhaps one of the greatest tennis shoes to date, the Ubersonics are a unique blend of technology and ingenuity, that will help elevate every player’s level – even the pros!
Tsitsipas will also be wearing apparel by Adidas specifically made for the Miami Open.
4. Simona Halep
There’s no shot Simona can’t make in this Nike Women’s Court Dri-FIT Advantage Tennis Dress. Expected to be a real crowd-pleaser, Simona’s dress, made by Nike, is everything you’d want and then some! It is cute, comfortable, and a perfect blend of classic tennis meets modern technology. I predict we’ll see this dress well into the tournament, and with any luck, even in the finals!
Always a fan favorite, Venus will be wearing one of the best-selling tennis shoes in the country. The K-Swiss Women`s Hypercourt Express 2 LE Tennis Shoes were designed with the player in mind. Using a lighter overall build, the HE 2LE has a more supportive upper, and new Surgelite midsole technology. It remains one of the most comfortable shoe models in tennis and is expected to take Venus far into the tournament. Besides, look at that amazing pattern! Cute, comfortable, and competitive, this shoe will help you look, feel, and play like a pro!
Fellow twin, Karolina, will be storming the net as she chases down the title in the Fila Women’s Tie Breaker Full Coverage Tennis Tank and matching Fila Women’s Tie Breaker 13.5 Inch Skater Tennis Skort.
Both offer a classic, yet, completely tailored fit. The tank features bright pink bonded tape down the sides and a zipper at the front. Also, both pieces have fantastic features such as moisture-wicking properties, UPF 50+ protection, and four-way stretch. The skorts offer supportive ball pockets, for your comfort and convenience, besides Fila’s signature logo.
1. Rafael Nadal
Rafa was slated to wear some amazing Nike gear. Even though he withdrew from the tournament just a few days ago to focus on the upcoming clay-court season, you can still get the items he was slatted to wear. Pieces like the Nike Men’s Rafa Court Slam AeroReact Short-Sleeve Tennis Top in Green-Glow and Mango. Talk about your must-have apparel, this is a Rafa signature style for sure! Yes, it has all of the bells and whistles you’ve come to love and expect from Nike, including climate control fabric. Created in collaboration with Nadal, this shirt pairs perfectly with the Nike Men’s Rafa Court Dri-Fit Tennis Shorts. These signature Rafa shorts move freely with stretchy fabric and are infused with Nike Dri-Fit technology and are sure to be a winner, only not in Miami.
Well, there you have it. A sneak-peak at what some of your favorite players will be wearing at the Miami Open.
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