The Miami Open tennis tournament has had a short, but rich tennis history dating back to the 1980s. Originally, this was listed as the first tournament of the year and labeled at the “Winter Wimbledon.” However, thanks to sponsors and pro demand, the Miami Open took off to be one of the biggest tournaments outside of the grand slams. In 2015 Lacoste officially took over as the clothing sponsor and both brands have been sky rocketing to the top! Let’s take a look at what the high-end fashion brand has come up with for this years tournament.
The world No. 1 and raining Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic is hoping to keep his great streak going in 2020. We saw him rock the Ultra Dry Vertical Tennis Polo in Yucca Green during AO 2020, and now he’s bringing in the sunshine with this same polo in Royal Blue and White colors. Its unique style includes raglan sleeves and an oversize crocodile print, while it keeps him comfortable in breathable stretch jersey ultra dry fabric. He’ll rock the predominantly White color during day sessions, and Royal Blue during night sessions.
For trophy ceremonies and press conferences, he’ll also sport the ND Textured Tennis Jacket in Royal Blue. This jacket features unique stretch waffle taffeta fabric that’s smooth, light weight and has a slightly textured look. There’s a ribbed hem and sleeve cuffs for security as well as front zip pockets for storage.
Other Lacoste Men’s pros like Daniil Medvedev and Roberto Bautista Agut will be sporting the Men’s Color Block Tennis Polo on court. This unique polo is modernized with a contrasting colored zip placket and zig-zag overstitching boosting their style and will have everyone looking. The run resistant ultra dry breathable pique fabric, mesh side panels and cutouts provide great durability and breathability perfect for conquering the heat.
On the top is Daniil Medvedev first pumping after winning a point on Day 6 at the 2020 Australian Open (Jan. 24, 2020 – Source: Getty Images AsiaPac). On the bottom is Roberto Bautista Agut hitting a backhand on Day 5 at the 2020 Australian Open (Jan. 23, 2020 – Source: Getty Images AsiaPac).
Off court you’ll see pros also rocking the Lacoste Men’s Graphic Cotton Tee. Its upgraded with quick-drying cotton blended fabric, ribbed crew neck, inner neck taping, and regular fit keeping it comfortable to wear. The large printed Lacoste blur graphic on front in contrasting color gives it signature style.
If you’re a big fan of the Miami Open, you will love these exclusive tops that combine Lacoste’s Ultra Dry fabric technology and unique Miami inspired graphics. The Men’s Co Brand Color Block Tennis Polo is back and upgraded with new light colors that call out spring time. It features contrast color blocking on the sleeves with a Miami Open tournament logo for an outstanding look.
The Men’s Miami Open Spine Tattoo Graphic Tee will put you in true vacation mode with a soft relaxed feel and unique Miami graphic on the back.
Additionally, you can get your little tennis champion in the spring time spirit with the Boys’ Miami Open Tennis Tee. It features a blended cotton/ultra-dry polyester construction with a large crocodile graphic print on the front for a Florida inspired look.
If you’re looking to keep yourself protected from the sun, there’s also plenty of Miami Open branded accessories. There’s the Novak Djokovic Microfibre Tennis Cap for a traditional championed look. A Miami Open 2020 Graphic Tennis Cap which brings out classic cotton fabric and branding. The Miami Open Small Croc Tennis Cap is available in many color variations and features diamond taffeta fabric for excellent sweat wicking protection. There’s also a Miami Open Tracker Tennis Cap and Miami Open Solid Big Croc Tennis Visor if you want a little more flow through your hair.
Stay ready for the sunshine and warm weather with these great selections from the Miami Open and Djokovic Lacoste Collections. Head over to TennisExpress.com now for more!