Melbourne 2023: Brand new Adidas women’s tennis collection

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As we’re approaching the season’s first Grand Slam, Adidas is releasing a variety of new items that Garbine Muguruza, Maria Sakkari and other players sponsored by the three-stripe brand will sport on the blue courts of Melbourne this January.

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At first glance we can notice playful patterns paired with a generous use of mesh fabrics. The above image shows two-time major champion Garbine Muguruza in the black version of the Adidas Women’s Melbourne Tennis Dress. It is a three-in-one item that combines a printed sports bra and tight with an engineered mesh shell.

Does the mesh layering remind you of the Adidas Prime Blue Dress from 2020?

adidas melbourne 2023 tennis dress blue

The Adidas Women’s Melbourne Tennis Dress is also available in blue.

The products are made with yarn that includes captured industrial emissions. Here’s how Adidas explains the innovative technological process:

For this product we turned to a greenhouse gas technology. It uses captured industrial emissions as a new material feedstock. CO2 is fermented into ethanol which constitutes 30% by weight of a polyester yarn. We knitted this yarn into various products and now this carbon-based ethanol makes up a minimum of 15% by weight of this garment. With the help of innovation, we are seeing possibilities in turning towards new resources.

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Maria Sakkari’s promo image presents the Adidas Women’s Melbourne Tennis Crop Tank, a multicolor print design featuring an integrated bra with removable padding and racerback with keyhole cutout. The bold graphic is inspired by “our planet’s natural CO2 filters.”

adidas Women's Melbourne Tennis Y-Tank - Black

The same multicolor print to be debuted at the 2023 Australian Open is also featured in the Adidas Women’s Melbourne Tennis Y-Tank, a matching lightweight skirt with side slits, and reversible jacket.

adidas Women's Melbourne Tennis Y-Tank - Blue

The Adidas Women’s Melbourne Tennis Y-Tank also exists in blue. What do you see in this pattern? The sea, the sky, flowers? Blue-toned pieces are the most typical style for the Australian Open.

Let’s not forget to mention that the apparel is equipped with AEROREADY technology that absorbs moisture and makes players feel dry.

adidas Women's Melbourne Match Tennis Tank - Fuchsia

In addition, the colorful skirt can be paired with this Adidas Women’s Melbourne Match Tennis Tank – Fuchsia, an ultra breathable, loose-fitting design with a layered back and keyhole cutout. For those who prefer pale tones, the same tank is available in light pink.

Whether you prefer a completely patterned look, or just printed accents that peek through mesh layers, or possibly separates that include a solid top and a colorful skirt, the latest Adidas collection has you covered.



  1. I agree with you, CLT- the crop top is cool, but the rest of it is either shapeless or a bit garish with the prints. Overall, not a fan of this collection

  2. I’ll have to see the mesh dress in action to make a final decision. I prefer the blue version only because the black one looks very similar to some previous Adidas designs.

    The black printed separates look great, especially when you enlarge images, although the pattern also reminds me of some past collection, I can’t pinpoint which one. Yes, the crop top really suits Sakkari and looks fire.

  3. Another year, another grand slam and another bad very so so design. As mentioned above, Maria’s top looks good but the rest is a big ‘no’. And am I the one or we’ve seen almost the same design somewhere last year?


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