As you might be able to tell from all the Asics-clad players on tour, the Japanese-based company has truly raised their profile. Players like Julia Goerges, Johanna Konta, Coco Vandeweghe and Daria Gavrilova are just a few tour pros sporting the distinctive “A” logo. These images appeared on the Asics Instagram page. Tennis Trivia: do you know what “Asics” stands for? *The answer is in the end of this article.
Asics Women’s Spring Speed Dress
Both Julia and Johanna (and we presume the others) will wear the Spring Speed Dress in White.
As with other brands, this dress includes a thin racerback, venting, and moisture wicking to keep you cool and fresh. It comes with matching ball shortie, and is comprised of 84% polyester and 16% Spandex (to give you the stretches.)
Also available (but not wearable at Wimbledon!) in Porcelain Blue and in Black, which we’ve already seen Asics pros wearing during the clay season.
Asics Gel Resolution 7
This is going to be the shoe of choice for the always challenging, slippery and always unpredictable London lawns. (Especially in week two after the baseline grass has received a thorough beating.)
This shoe features the comfortable GEL cushioning and is backed by a 6-month outsole durability guarantee. Tennis Warehouse has this shoe for you right now in White/Silver, (which wouldn’t violate the Wimbledon dress code, now would it?)
*Asics is an acronym for “Anima Sana in Corpore Sano,” which is Latin for “a sound mind in a sound body.”
MORE WIMBLEDON 2018 FASHION:
- Garbine Muguruza‘s clothes from Adidas x Palace collaboration
- Adidas by Stella McCartney Wimbledon whites for Caroline Wozniacki
- Simona Halep, Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Sloane Stephens & Genie Bouchard lead Team Nike in London
- Maria Sharapova‘s Nike dress with sunburst pleats
- Agnieszka Radwanska’s Lotto Nixia IV Dress
- Karolina Pliskova, Ashleigh Barty to wear Fila’s white floral lace Championships collection
- Venus Williams‘ EleVen Core and Pique styles
- Lacoste look for Dominika Cibulkova, Christina McHale and Kristie Ahn
- Heather Watson‘s New Balance outfits for London
- Official sponsor Babloat releases Wimbledon collection
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