Adidas‘ tennis collection for the 2022 Australian Open is now available for purchase at Tennis Warehouse. Photos of Garbine Muguruza donning the new apparel have been released.
As we can notice at first glance, Adidas’ Melbourne 2022 collection is all about blurry effects. Garbine Muguruza’s tennis dress features orange and blue tones. Asymmetrical skirt pleats, elastic waistband and racerback characterize the silhouette of this item.
The Adidas Melbourne Y-Tank features a soft Y-elastic strap that provides maximum range of motion. The garment contains a minimum of 40% recycled material, as Adidas is striving towards sustainable fashion that reduces the amount of plastic waste in the world.
The tank is available in white contrasted with vivid red and sky rush, or white with sandy beige and black. The color palette is supposedly inspired by the Great Barrier Reef.
The tank is meant to be paired with the Adidas Melbourne Match Skirt, available in the same blurry print.
For players who prefer more coverage, the new collection also offers the Adidas Melbourne Match Tank.
As usual, Adidas’ tennis apparel is made from sweat-wicking material which manages your body’s moisture to keep you comfortable and dry. The technology ensuring that is called Adidas AEROREADY.
Shop new Adidas tennis clothing at Tennis Warehouse USA and Tennis Warehouse Europe.
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- Iga Swiatek, Caroline Garcia present Asics collection
- Nicole Melichar to wear Ulysses collection by Neptune Athletics
We in the Facebook Garbine Muguruza Fan group can’t wait to see her possibly wear the featured kit at the AO. Her first match of the year is in Sydney tomorrow, and we might see it there? Dominic Thiem has a similar patterned and recycled material kit on the ATP that he planned on wearing at the AO before he had to pull out. As a believer in the 4Ocean mantra, he is really big into preventing plastic waste from contaminating our oceans.
I like these outfits and I think they will look good in Australia, where there is a strong light, although maybe not so much the brown version….
Jim, Garbi didn’t launch this new collection in Sydney, she was still wearing Adidas x Marimekko. Jim, were you the one who asked whether we have ever had brown women’s tennis apparel? You see, we have it now. Although in this blurry print it is not entirely brown.
CLT, the red and blue print is soft and nice, it does resonate well with Australia.
I kind of like that Adidas went with tie dye paint colors pattern this year, remind me of Nike Melbourne 2020 collection, but that was major failure and hideous design.
Yes, Marija, I asked about the brown, and that Adidas kit is as close as you can get. I wonder if any of the WTA Adidas players will wear that version, though?
Jim, why not? Adidas’ US Open collection was quite dark, with those olive tones that Maria Sakkari wore. Maybe she will choose this brownish version. We’ll see.