A closer look at Adidas’ HEAT.RDY women’s collection for Australian Open


After showing you the first promo pics of Adidas‘ representatives in new Melbourne apparel, let’s have a closer look at the HEAT.RDY collection now that it is available at both Tennis Warehouse USA and Tennis Warehouse Europe.

adidas Women's Heat Ready Dress frontadidas Women's Heat Ready Dress back

This Adidas Heat Ready Dress will be worn by Garbine Muguruza and Kristina Mladenovic. As we expected, the design includes a mix of mesh fabrics and HEAT.RDY cooling technology to help players fight off Australia’s intense heat. The colorblocking style combines shades officially called tech purple, dash green, purple tint and shock yellow. The dress comes with a built-in bra and a separate coordinating shortie with leg grippers.

adidas Women's Heat Ready tank purple

Angelique Kerber‘s choice will be the purple version of the Adidas Heat Ready Tank, which follows along the same lines as the dress, including the contrasting elastic Y-back tank straps. The Adidas Heat Ready Skirt will complete the German’s look.

Caroline Wozniacki will sport the tech indigo version of the lightweight skirt and pair it with the less colorful variant of the Adidas Heat Ready Tank, seen below.

The Australian Open 2020 collection continues Adidas’ eco-conscious initiative, as all the items are made exclusively from recycled polyester.

Maria Sakkari wearing Adidas Stycon shoes

Adidas is also introducing the first ever laceless tennis shoe – the Stycon. We’ve already seen the futuristic footwear in action on Adidas’ new representative Maria Sakkari in Brisbane.

Moreover, Adidas updates their other shoe models in Melbourne-ready colors.solecourt boost adidas

Pictured above is the new Adidas SoleCourt Boost and below is the Adidas SoleMatch Bounce.

adidas SoleMatch Bounce



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