First look at Nike tennis clothes for Roland Garros 2022


Qualifying at Roland Garros 2022 is underway and we can see the new Nike collection on the courts in the French capital. Asymmetrical designs, unusually positioned cutouts and flowing lines characterize the Nike Paris collection that has found the sweet spot between innovative style elements and classic sportiness.

Olga Danilovic

Serbia’s Olga Danilovic is progressing through qualifying in this fantastic Nike Paris Slam Dress that blends/overlaps wavy yellow, white and grey sections. This type of colorblocking is innovative to an extent, but the most groundbreaking feature are asymmetrical sleeves. Overall, the dress gives off a streamlined vibe, but also includes intriguing details.

Olga Danilovic

The Nike Paris Slam Tank is a classic racerback at first glance, but we quickly get to notice an interesting contrasting inset that adds a new dimension and takes this design to the next level. The simple yet somewhat futuristic look is completed by unconventionally placed cutouts in the front and back.

nike tank roland garros 2022

Another interesting feature of this tank is the Swoosh that intertwines the past and present, as the original design is outlined over the current version.

The tank is offered in mint/grey, navy/yellow and beige/white.

nike tennis skirt roland garros 2022

The Nike Paris Slam Skirt features a mesh overlay that is layered over the arching pieces of fabric, which creates the collection’s signature wavy look that flows with players as they run the court.

Linda Fruhvirtova and Anastasia Potapova were also spotted wearing the new Nike apparel during the French Open qualifying.

The Nike Paris clothes are available at Tennis Warehouse USA and Tennis Warehouse Europe.



  1. Not a fan of this collection as much as their last few (Roland Garros 2021, and Australian open 2022 are both amazing!). The asymmetric sleeves on that dress is too weird, and the random cutouts aren’t great (not a fan of those. I tolerate it but find it to be detrimental rather than beneficial. For instance Nike Australian Open 2021 two piece outfit has a weird cutout underneath the breast area, but I just wear a bra that is longline version and covers the hole).

    Speaking of Australian Open collection, the dress in Habanero Red was never available in the USA. 🙁 I preordered it on tennis express, and then a few months later, got an email saying it is not available from the manufacturer. I kept checking all the usual sites and nothing is available. I messaged and there’s no plans to have it in stock in the future. Only the white version of the dress is available in the united states. A few of the European sites had the Habanero Red available, but not in my size. I’m hoping some used options pop up on ebay or poshmark down the road, but not too optimistic about it…

  2. This reminds me of the Maria Sharapova French Open dress [the link has expired]
    – not my favorite Maria look, but it was Maria none the less.

  3. The ugliest creation ever! I believe the design team has ran out of the good ideas. I just watched Anisimova against Osaka in that look, what a disaster.

  4. It is not a favourite I have to had. Not very complimentary to certain players !!!!!!!


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