Unveiling Yonex’s pink and navy designs for Paris 2023: First look with Caroline Garcia and Dayana Yastremska

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With the highly anticipated Roland Garros tournament just around the corner, Yonex is unveiling the dynamic pink and navy designs that their representatives will debut in Paris. WTA players Caroline Garcia and Dayana Yastremska are giving us the first look at the new outfits set to grace the Grand Slam clay courts.

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French world No.4 Garcia showcases the Yonex Women’s Paris Tank, a V-neck design that catches the eye with its contrast rib-knit collar and binding on the armholes. Alongside the tank, she flaunts the navy version of the Yonex Women’s Paris Skirt, boasting box pleats all around and a built-in shortie for added convenience.

Ukraine’s Yastremska displays her unique style with a pink variant of the skirt, expertly paired with the Yonex Women’s Paris Top. This cap-sleeve design stands out with its contrast 1/2 zip entry, mandarin collar, and side hem vents, creating a chic and sporty look on the court. Yastremska also presents the Fusion Rev 5 clay court tennis shoe.

yonex long sleeve top paris 2023

As Yonex-sponsored players prepare to warm up their bodies before match play, they will don the Paris Longsleeve Top. This stylish item showcases a 1/2 zip entry with a stand-up collar, providing both functionality and a touch of modern flair. The shaped hem with side vents ensures unrestricted movement, allowing players to perform at their best during their pre-match warm-ups.

Yonex understands that top-tier tennis apparel must not only be visually appealing but also deliver exceptional performance on the court. The Paris 2023 collection is crafted using four-way stretch performance fabric, providing flexibility and unrestricted movement. The fabric offers protection against harmful rays and features VERYCOOL technology, designed to regulate body temperature.


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  1. Penny, navy is always a good option against the red clay. As for pink, I prefer red and coral tones — colors that blend with the surface tend to look really good at Roland Garros.


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