Besides being a racquet sponsor of a number of WTA stars, including Grand Slam champions Naomi Osaka and Angelique Kerber, Yonex is gradually increasing its presence on the women’s tennis clothing scene, with Anastasija Sevastova and Dayana Yastremska being the apparel’s top two representatives.
The brand’s collection for Melbourne nurtures simple silhouettes with red accents that represent power and confidence, as they state.
The Yonex Australian Open Tank is a typical racerback design with vertical side stripes that create a figure-slimming effect. The Yonex Australian Open Skirt features an elastic waistband and built-in shortie. The dominant sea blue color is inspired by the bright blue courts at the year’s first major.
World No.24 Dayana Yastremska is currently in the limelight, as the Ukrainian is awaiting her first Premier-level final against top-ranked Ashleigh Barty at the Adelaide International.
The 19-year-old is clad in maroon and coral orange separates this week: the Yonex Women’s WTA Finals Tank and Skort. Her footwear of choice is the white and grey Yonex Fusion Rev 3.
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It’s very basic, but practical for amateur players, so i can see the appeal.
I just wish Yonex did special items for the pro’s.
Jacob, I appreciate it that not all tennis apparel companies follow the same approach. I’m embracing variety and it’s good to have more classic outfits as well.