Adidas dress for Caroline Wozniacki at 2012 London Summer Olympics


We have already seen what Denmark’s No.1 Caroline Wozniacki will wear this fall, most notably at the US Open, and now we took hold of the photos of the Adidas dress in which the fresh 22-year-old will represent her country at the 27 July – 12 August London Olympics. Even though the tennis Olympic venue will be the  iconic grass courts of Wimbledon, the all-white clothing rule will not apply and we will have a unique opportunity to enjoy colorful outfits in the traditional Wimbledon setting.

Since losing in the first round of Wimbledon, Wozniacki has made a break before the 28 July – 5 August Olympic Tennis Event. At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Wozniacki reached the round of 16 where she fell to eventual gold medalist Elena Dementieva. (via The Slice)


  1. How strange is it going to be to see players wearing colours of their choice at SW19?

    Although I think it’s a silly rule in general, it has rather become an institution to see all players wearing crisp whites at Wimbledon.

  2. Ian, I support the all-white Wimbledon rule. It’s the most traditional tournament, once a year, it’s nice to have such a thing, doesn’t hurt.

  3. Marine, I love the Wimbledon whites, as said in my previous comment, but I’m totally for colors at the Olympics.


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