At the 2017 Australian Open, world No.3 Agnieszka Radwanska will sport the latest Lotto Nixia III Dress from the company’s SS17 tennis tech collection.
We saw Radwanska wear the violet dress at the Shenzhen Open and I expect her to wear it in her first match at this week’s Apia International Sydney. The dress is lightweight, highly breathable and very elastic. It features a small keyhole opening at center back.
Aga’s Lotto Stratosphere II shoes are recommended for high-level, fast players who make full use of the court and who want a light, shock-absorbing shoe that gives them outstanding mobility and reactivity matched with excellent stability. The shoes come in violet/white and white/silver metal. The model is available with speed or clay outsole for a hard or clay ground use.
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Not groundbreaking or innovative but not boring either looked very cute in action especially on Pliskova
Sru, I prefer this dress to those from last year, with that huge mesh at back.
Lotto is back to their sporty looks. It’s good but not too edgy. I hope they can launch something that would bring back the “buzz” on their collections.
Emman Damian, I don’t know why they stopped creating buzz-worthy outfits, like the disco ball ones we had two years ago. I thought they brought them a lot of attention, everyone was talking about Lotto.
The dress looks like it sags in the front? It it just the photo or is the lower seam in a bad spot?
I agree Marija. I was actually looking forward for bold prints and buzz worthy avant-garde designs. Also, remember the floral prints from Rome? I thought they made a huge impact there.
Mamiejane, the dress is a bit loose around the waist and the waistline is dropped, a standard in Lotto’s recent designs. Have a look at more photos: https://womenstennisblog.com/2017/01/10/photos-from-sydney-kerber-makes-early-sydney-exit/
Emman Damian, of course I remember that dress. It was Lotto’s breakthrough, their first bold design after years of classic pieces.