Jun 26, 2018 | By Emma Griffin
Sep 02, 2010
Lucky little Caroline, one of the only tennis stars to wear adidas by Stella McCartney, features fashionable “lingerie-inspired” items for the court, combined with top technologies to manage heat and moisture. Sculpted specifically to show off Wozniacki’s well-trained physique, the Tennis Performance Dress takes it to the next level with design driven details, a sheer racerback and CLIMALITE® fabric.
Britain’s top tennis star, Andy Murray, who was recently featured in the September issue of Vogue, is once again being sponsored by adidas Tennis. For his uniform, Andy will be wearing a traditional style polo in a rich shade of royal blue (which we are totally feeling) with CLIMACOOL ventilation and FORMOTION enhanced fit. The seams, made with ultrasonic bonding, reduce irritation for a better game. For shoes, Murray decided to go with the new Adidas Barricade 6.0 worn by not only Murray, but also Ivanovic (in a more fashionable colorway), featuring adiPRENE® cushioning as well as adiWEAR® outsoles for speedy footwork.
Also sponsored by adidas, Ivanovic’s playful magenta dress feels so fresh against the blue and green of the court. CLIMACOOL® ventilation promotes breathability and key details include a pleated skirt, contrast piping, under bustline and front mesh panels with a decorative design.
Andy Roddick looks like a real star in his “net-inpired” polo by Lacoste. Features include: mother of pearl buttons, tipped ribbed collar, split tail hem, signature Croc applique at chest and moisture management properties.
For Lacoste ladies, Gisela Dulko wore a 60s inspired drop waist dress with box pleats and contrasting trim on pockets, neckline and arm holes. Super cute and right on trend.
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