Just like Adidas for Ana Ivanovic, Fila opted for navy for the upcoming French Open, one of Fila’s signature colors which perfectly suits the red clay. The contrast is provided by pink and white. The Summer 2013 Baseline collection features various types of shirts, two versions of the Summer Baseline dress, skorts in white, pink and navy, a hooded jacket and matching pants, wristbands and a pink visor.
Jelena Jankovic, the most recognizable face of Fila, will wear the dress with thick straps, racer back and laser cut mesh overlay on upper back and skirt. Other high-profile Fila representatives Julia Goerges and Nadia Petrova are expected to sport the separates – the skort and tank – Goerges in pink and Petrova in navy. (source: Tennis Identity)
do men work at fila? worst fashion sense ever!
@maisee its not about fashion. its how player being confortable. thats more important. tennis played on courts not on a catwalk. duh.
Ynnyski, nowadays you can have both the comfort and fashion.
I think it’s a pretty standard yet sporty Fila creation. 🙂 Is the skirt of the dress some kind of mesh? Because you can see somewhat of the pink through the navy…
Marija, did you notice that Yanina Wickmayer traded (the always rainbowish) Erke for Athletics to create her own tennis apparel? She just started, but there are already different pieces to her collection.
Liz, I agree, it’s standard Fila. Always sporty, but rarely extraordinary. Yes, there is a mesh on the skirt and upper back.
Thank you for telling me about Yanina, I didn’t know that. The clothes look cute, simple but nice. I like the coral color.
I don’t really like the colour tones they’ve chosen. These clothes would look good on some younger player but this way, er, no. I think if they chose a darker magenta colour or orange colour the result could have been much better.