As coronavirus lockdown measures are slowly lifting around the world and we can gradually return to tennis courts, Nike is releasing the Summer 2020 collection, which would have been debuted at Roland Garros had the tournament not been rescheduled from late May to late September.
Classic stripes characterize the visual identity of Kvitova’s high-performance Nike Summer Paris Dress and the blue-eyed Czech loves outfits that match her physical features:
What I like most about my outfit is the color for sure, I love blue. I think it’s a very nice shape and a nice color, so I’m really in love with it.
Mesh at the V neckline and generous cutout on the back provide ventilation.
Meant to be paired with the new dress is the bomber-style Nike Summer Paris Jacket. The Dri-FIT item features a ribbed collar, full-length zipper side pockets, elastic waistband and cuffs, and a NikeCourt logo at left chest.
If you want a streetwear-inspired look, you can opt for the soft, stretchy denim version of this warm-up essential.
Elina Svitolina combines the casual-looking Nike Summer Sleeveless Top and the deep night version of the elegant pleated Nike Summer Slam Skirt, which also exists in light carbon.
The top stands out with its tennis graphic printed on the front, as well as design details such as subtle pleats on the shoulders. The skirt plays with asymmetrical layered pleats and stripes in different directions.
The collection also offers the Nike Summer Polo Dress in a fun pattern featuring croissants, racquets, clay courts, hats, cans of tennis balls, and a flag that says “Bon Jeu.” The street-ready dress is made from a breathable pique fabric with Dri-FIT technology, making it a good choice for the course or court as well.
This whimsical print that pays homage to France is also featured in the new Nike Summer Crop Cotton Tank that exists in a variety of colors.
New Nike tennis shoes are all in the color crimson.