Tennis outfits are the most colorful outfits in the world of sports. Considered the most airy and fashionable, they promote the fashion sense of most sports athletes. Available in all colors and variable designs they are highly endorsed by most tennis players from the likes Roger Federer to Maria Sharapova.
Here we are going to review the design and make of the most popular tennis outfits in the tennis world for both male and female tennis players. The reviews are not limited to detailed descriptions, outfit pictures and the brands.
It is important to pick out the most worn tennis outfits by professional tennis players since they are tested prior to the tennis players using them in the tennis court.
Tennis Outfits For Female Tennis Players
Tennis outfits for female players tend to be hell bend on style, colorfulness and comfort. Most of this tennis outfits are very airy because the tennis players tend to move a lot in the tennis court thus are more likely to sweat a lot. Lets have a look:
Adidas Melbourne Jumpsuits
This jumpsuit rather looks like a top with an attached short from the front view but it is altogether something else. It is mostly in dark blue and comes with a comfortable tank top. It is definitely the new collection’s standout piece.
Adidas Melbourne Tank
This long tank top is light blue with a high neck to hide your cleavage (of course). And it has a custom design on the chest area that makes it look attractive. Its back is y- shaped into an interwoven stem that lets the shoulder blades show making it airy. It comes with a color choice of light blue or dark blue with a yellow or light blue tank top.
Adidas Melbourne Tee
This t shirt is an interesting tennis outfit since it is stylish as well as highly likely to be declined by most tennis players – Which is a downside. The Melbourne tee has short sleeves with a beautiful pattern on its shoulders.it is also highly stretchable making it flexible to the body. It has a color variation of dark blue and light yellow.
Adidas Melbourne Burnout Tank
This burnout tank top is an interesting choice since it has a very adaptive design making it stylish to most tennis players. It has a high neck just enough to be comfortable with and a y shaped bare back. Adidas also added abstract line patterns to the tank top making it look somewhat stylish.
Adidas frilly skirt
This will not be your typical tennis outfit but it still exists. The frilly skirt is an ugly choice with its weirdly placed frills. With a choice of light pink and dark blue I would rather opt for the jumpsuit. The frilly skirt likely is a no-go for any tennis player that cares about style in the court.
Tennis fashion is focused on performance as much as it is on good looks, and nowhere are moisture-wicking and sun protection properties of clothes more important than at the Australian Open. The jumpsuit is comfy to every tennis player who wants to try out a plain and ugly tennis outfit in the court.
The idea of playing tennis in a romper/jumpsuit/play-suit boggles my mind. Wouldn’t the crotch ride up while playing while also making it look like you have both a wedgie and a camel toe?
It is both unattractive and not functional. The frilly skirt looks like a folded sliced ham on your body but if you care about scoring backhand tennis points and not style then I would say go for it.
Australia Opens Melbourne Fashion
Here we look at the most stylish and performance-enhancing tennis outfits in Melbourne showing the fashion sense of most professional tennis players while on the court.
Maria Sharapova- NikeCourt Maria Dress
The NikeCourt Maria Dress fights off heat with zoned mesh insets and Dri-FIT fabric. The zig-zag waist section that widens in the back makes the dress youthful and trendy, while see-through sleeves add a romantic and feminine touch. The pale color gives its best to propel sunrays.
Elina Svitolina – NikeCourt Zonal Cooling Top
As its name suggests, Elina Svitolina’s and Eugenie Bouchard’s NikeCourt Zonal Cooling Top is focused on keeping players dry, cool and comfortable. Combining strategically-placed engineered mesh zones and sweat-wicking fabric, this high-performance garment offers superior ventilation in a stylish athletic package.
Eugenie Bouchard – NikeCourt Dri-FIT Ace Shorts
Completing the look are the NikeCourt Dri-FIT Ace Shorts that merge the soft outer knit shorts featuring functional side pockets and breathable built-in elongated shorts for extra support. Enhancing the sporty vibe of this outfit are contrast stripes and short sleeves that also serve as sun protection for shoulders.
Andrea Petkovic – Adidas Melbourne Jumpsuit
Adidas’ Climacool technology helps players stay dry in hot weather, but the company’s Melbourne line goes a step further by delivering a beachwear feel with its casual silhouettes, super soft fabrics and the color palette of teals and yellows. The new collection’s standout piece is definitely the Adidas Melbourne Jumpsuit.The lightweight design is highlighted by contrast built-in bra showing through a keyhole opening on the honeycomb mesh back.
Venus Williams – Aztec Love Tank and Aztec Fly Skirt
Venus Williams debuted her EleVen Aztec collection which captures the vibrant nature of the Australian Open with its geometric overlapping bold colors. The Aztec Love Tank and the Aztec Fly Skirt are both equipped with EleVen Pro-Dri moisture management and EleVen Ozone UV protection.
Ashleigh Barty – Fila Heritage Collection
Australia’s Ashleigh Barty rocks Fila’s Heritage collection, which is all about refreshed classic design elements. The Australian’s tank and pleated skirt show how a traditional silhouette and simple color palette can produce a contemporary and sophisticated look. Of course, the items are equipped with wicking/breathable fabrics and UV protection.
Garbiñe Muguruza – Adidas Spring Stella Mccartney Outfit
The colors of Garbiñe Muguruza’s new adidas Spring Stella McCartney outfit are inspired by sunny beaches, while the overall look is feminine and sporty. The tight-fitting adidas Spring Stella McCartney Tank features an exposed, cooling mesh back and classic zipper detail by the neckline.
The Spaniard paired the technologically advanced tank with the lightweight flowy Barricade Skirt that offers UPF 50+ UV protection on top of its moisture-wicking properties and perforated front panel for optimal breathability.