Paris, the city of love is about to become a mecca for the hottest tennis fashions. The French Open is almost underway and it’s a great opportunity to watch your favorite tennis professionals storm the court in style.
Among the top superstars from the ATP tour are Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev, Casper Ruud, and Holger Rune, who just won his second clay-court title in Munich, Germany. We’ll see the best in the world from the WTA, including Aryna Sabalenka, Elena Rybakina, Jessica Pegula, Ons Jabeur, and so many more.
Unlike other Grand Slams, the French Open is played on clay at a massive complex called Roland Garros. But it’s not just your average clay, it’s actually white limestone dusted with a layer of crushed red brick. It also makes for an outstanding runway for some of the best clothing brands in the business. Nike, Adidas, Fila, Lacoste, New Balance, Asics, and Yonex will showcase their newest Grand Slam collections.
Here’s a sneak peek at what some of the pros will be wearing.
ATP Tennis Fashions
The 35 year-old Serbian player, Novak Djokovic, will be dressed in the Lacoste Men’s Roland Garros 2023 Performance Tennis Polo. This polo features a unique design that is both stylish and super functional. It’s made of a lightweight material and has breathable panels in strategic places. Naturally, it matches the Lacoste Men’s Roland Garros 2023 Performance Tennis Shorts. Both were designed to go the distance and make it past the first round, straight to the finals.
Always a crowd favorite, Rafael Nadal will chasing down his 15th French Open title in Paris wearing signature apparel by Nike. The 36- year old Spaniard will showcase the best Nike has to offer in a new bold colorway. The king of clay will look amazing, especially against the bright red clay surface. Other pro players that also endorse Nike will be wearing similar lightweight tennis apparel with a peppy pattern.
Stefanos Tsitsipas is ranked No. 5 in the world. He’ll be ready to go the distance in an adidas Men`s Paris HEAT.RDY outfit. Inspired by the colorful clay courts of Paris, Stefanos will be wearing a camo printed top and short. Both are equipped with moisture-wicking technology and eco-friendly. They’re made with 100% recycled polyester.
WTA Tennis Fashions
Expect to see some commotion on the court when American Coco Gauff chases down her first Grand Slam title in a new, New Balance top and skort. These specially designed pieces offer state-of the art technology when it comes to competing. They also are a great colorway and match her signature shoes, also made by New Balance.
Similar to the men’s adidas outfits, Jessica Pegula will challenge her opponents in the adidas Women`s Paris HEAT.RDY Match tennis tank and matching shorts. Designed with a crew neck top to maximize her powerful swing, this ensemble is dainty, yet not afraid to get dirty.
Another player to watch is Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. She’ll be getting in the zone in the Lacoste Women`s Roland Garros 2023 Performance Tennis Tank and matching skort. Both pieces have mesh cutouts that promote breathability and a free-range of movement. Plus, these pieces have the lucky Lacoste gator, that might just be the emblem she needs to experience a victory in Paris.
Like Rafa, Paula Badosa is expected to be a fan favorite. The 25-year old Spaniard is also overdue a clay-court title. Endorsing Nike, she will be wearing the Nike Women’s Paris Court Dri-FIT Slam Tennis Dress. It has multiple racerback straps and a back cutout to improve airflow. Also, it has an extra layer of mesh on the skirt and will lend confidence to all who wear it.
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