Angelique Kerber’s Adidas fashion for US Open Series

best tennis shoes 2024

Adidas‘ collection for the US Open Series is a flashy neon version of their white Palace skateboards outfits introduced at Wimbledon. Interestingly, we got Adidas’ sneak preview of the Wimbledon clothes only days before the tournament started, while they chose to release the US swing apparel early, just a day after the Wimbledon collection became available in stores.

Inspired by 1980s street style and its bold color palette, after the all-white Wimbledon, Adidas brings a splash of color and a modern twist to the retro aesthetics set to make a statement on the US hard courts. As always, the sportswear is equipped with performance-enhancing technologies such as Climacool and CLIMALITE, which use ultra-breathable moisture-wicking fabrics to keep players cool and dry even during the most strenuous matches.

Angelique Kerber is set to debut the Adidas In-Line Seasonal Tank, available in two colors, each featuring neon pink panelling and mesh inserts. Hidden button placket, self-fabric mock collar and drawcord at the waist complete the unique visual identity of this design.

The German will match the tank with the Adidas Seasonal Skirt in both white and navy. The woven skirt has a classic look, but pink inner ball shorts give an edge to the design.

In the new collection we also have the Adidas In-line Seasonal Tee, which boasts popping color with paneled detailing and an unconventional silhouette including a slightly cropped, box-like fit.

The Adidas Seasonal Shorts are a 2-in-1 design with built-in shortie for ball storage. Just like the Seasonal Tank, they also include a drawcord.

As we can see at Tennis Warehouse, the looks can be perfectly completed with two shoe styles: the pink Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3 shoe suitable for all surfaces, included abrasive hard courts, and the dark Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3 Clay shoe intended for clay.

Besides Tennis Warehouse USA, this Adidas In-Line gear is available at Tennis Warehouse Europe.


  1. I like it! While I prefer Nike fabrics and fit, they always have the same designs just changing up the colors. I like how adidas is always bringing something new.

  2. It’s not pretty or elegant, but it’s funky. It kind of works for New York, but maybe not so much for other places.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here