Unveiling the hottest tennis fashion trends at Roland Garros: Get inspired by stylish new WTA outfits from Paris


Are you ready to dress like the top WTA players? The world of tennis fashion reaches its pinnacle during majors as brands unveil their latest, most innovative designs to match the electrifying energy of competition. Following the thrilling 2023 Australian Open, it’s time for our highly anticipated second Grand Slam fashion overview of the season. Join us as we dive into the vibrant world of tennis fashion at Roland Garros, where we explore the captivating outfits that grace the courts of Paris, most of which you can find at Tennis Warehouse USA and Tennis Warehouse Europe, affiliate partners of this blog.

Elina Avanesyan

We’ll first show the new clay-inspired Adidas collection. Twenty-year-old Elina Avanesyan recorded her first main-draw win at a Grand Slam wearing “Garbine Muguruza’s” Adidas dress featuring disruptive graphics on its pleated skirt. The idea of the print resembling the court surface in Paris is to sort of camouflage players and disguise their stroke preparation.

Clara Tauson

Denmark’s Clara Tauson is combining the Adidas Paris Tennis Y-Tank – Carbon with the Adidas Paris Tennis Match Skirt – Red.

Karolina MuchovaKarolina Muchova showcases her impeccable sense of style by pairing the Adidas Paris Tennis Match Tank in a bold red shade with a sleek black skirt, perfectly accentuating her on-court presence.

adidas barricade clay tennis shoes

To complete her fashionable ensemble, the Czech opted for the sleek and supportive Barricade shoes, ensuring both style and performance were at the forefront of her look.

Mirra Andreeva

Qualifier Mirra Andreeva wears the Nike Paris collection while she makes memorable career strides at the 2023 French Open. As she won her first main-draw match at a Grand Slam, the 16-year-old wore the Nike Paris Slam Tank and Skirt.

The teen also graced the court in the Nike Paris Slam Dress, a masterpiece that supposedly draws inspiration from the natural orientation of collagen fibers in the skin. The dress exudes elegance with its double-layered mesh skirt and four stylish straps adorned with chic cutouts.

Bianca Andreescu

Bianca Andreescu is seen here in the lovely green version of the Nike Paris Slam Dress.

Coco Gauff New Balance kit

Coco Gauff‘s New Balance ensemble features a captivating blend of bold simplicity, with sleek striped accents elegantly adorning a backdrop of solid blue and black hues.

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New Balance UC Coco CG1 D Black/Jade Unisex Shoe

A striking element of the 2022 French Open finalist’s attire is her iconic New Balance CG1 footwear, designed with a basketball-inspired silhouette. The latest Twisted Net colorway adds a touch of vibrancy to her distinct style. Notably, Gauff holds the esteemed distinction of currently being the sole WTA player to have her very own signature tennis shoe, a testament to her unique presence in the sport.

Iga Swiatek On clothes Roland Garros

Playing her first Grand Slam as a representative of On, defending champion Iga Swiatek dons a white sleeveless top and tennis skirt featuring a navy ombre effect on the right side. We’re still waiting for the world No.1 to switch to On tennis shoes. For now, she stays faithful to Asics.

Elena Rybakina in Yonex apparel

Elena Rybakina surprised the tennis world by replacing Adidas with Yonex. Even though the world No.4 was clad in Adidas during her practice sessions in Paris ahead of the Grand Slam, the Kazakhstani shocked everyone by showing up for her first-round match in the Yonex Women’s Paris Tank and the Yonex Women’s Paris Skirt.

Rybakina’s shoes of choice remains the Adidas Avacourt.

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Lacoste tennis dress

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova rocks the Lacoste x Roland Garros collection. Embracing the spirit of the tournament, she dazzles in the Lacoste Roland Garros Dress, a sleeveless masterpiece that combines a sleek collar and a stylish zipper. The clever colorblocking technique and the contrasting mesh trims add both visual appeal and functional flair. Completing the look, a coordinating striped shortie ensures coverage while maintaining a cohesive and fashionable aesthetic.

Karolina Pliskova

Karolina Pliskova and Barbora Krejcikova debuted Fila’s La Finale collection that combines shattered color designs and monochromatic items. During her brief appearance in Paris, the former world No.1 Pliskova promoted the Fila La Finale V-Back Tank paired with black Fila La Finale Pleat Skirt.

Here’s a closer look at the Czech’s Axilus 2.0 Energized White/Black Women’s Shoes.

Barbora Krejcikova

The 2021 French Open champion Krejcikova sported the Fila La Finale Racerback Tank and Print A-Line Skirt.

Belinda Bencic Asics tennis dress

In her highly anticipated return to the court after being sidelined by a hip injury, Belinda Bencic made a stylish debut in her new partnership with Asics.

asics tennis shoes

The Swiss sported the colorblock Asics Spring Match Dress and the matching neon Asics Solution Speed FF 2 Tennis Shoes.

Sloane Stephens FP Movement

Sloane Stephens showcased her partnership with FP Movement in a green ensemble adorned with white piping details.

danielle collins fp movement romper

Meanwhile, Danielle Collins, although not officially affiliated with FP Movement, caught the eye of spectators as she took to the court in a striking black romper known as the Righteous Runsie.

Marta Kostyuk Wilson tennis dress

Marta Kostyuk looked stunning in the sophisticated navy Wilson Winning Tennis Dress. The dress includes an elegant pleated skirt and a practical front zipper, allowing for adjustable coverage. Adding a touch of playfulness, a stylish lower back cutout is accentuated by a striped band, creating a cool and fashionable look. “I wish I could have worn my dress a bit longer,” the Ukrainian wrote on Instagram after her first-round exit.

Elina Svitolina Paka tennis dress

Following her return from maternity leave, Elina Svitolina made a notable change in her sponsorship by parting ways with Nike and introducing the Ukrainian brand Paka to the world of tennis.

Alize Cornet Lotto tennis outfit

Making her 65th consecutive Grand Slam appearance, an Open Era record, Alize Cornet sported the Lotto Spring Tech Print Tank and Lotto Spring Tech Skirt.

Elisabetta Cocciaretto Australian apparel

Elisabetta Cocciaretto made a memorable impression by upsetting No.10 seed Petra Kvitova in the first round, attracting attention not only to her remarkable performance but also to her stylish Blaze Tank Top/Performance Skirt combo from the uniquely named Italian brand, Australian, whose logo features a kangaroo.

Maria Timofeeva Bidi Badu dress

Maria Timofeeva donned a Bidi Badu dress, beautifully printed with pastel stripes that evoke the colors often found in macarons. Unfortunately, the company’s warehouse was recently broken into, so it could well be that this new collection is not available at the moment.

Taylor Townsend

American Taylor Townsend stood out in her famous vibrant yellow unitard.

Camila Giorgi

Camila Giorgi exuded her soft girl aesthetic in her baby pink ensemble, with every detail meticulously coordinated from her scrunchie to her tennis skirt.

Arantxa Rus

Arantxa Rus represented Hydrogen in the brand’s striking Panther Tech Top. This bold garment showcases a captivating animal print design that extends across the entire back, adding an element of fierceness to her on-court appearance. Notably, Hydrogen’s signature skull logo adorns the outfit, further emphasizing the brand’s distinctive identity.

Jelena Ostapenko

Jelena Ostapenko, a fashion icon in her own right, continues to proudly represent the DK ONE brand from her home country of Latvia.

As the clay courts of Roland Garros witness remarkable battles and exhilarating moments, the WTA players bring not only their exceptional skills but also their unique fashion statements to the forefront. From bold prints to sleek designs, this fortnight’s fashion extravaganza showcases the perfect blend of style and performance.



  1. Marta’s dress is the best. Also like the Adidas Garbine dress and the Bidu Badu. And you have to say that Camila always looks good in her own way, though many others couldn’t carry it off. Overall a beter than usual colection.

  2. I really like the Asics dress on Bencic, sleek and sophisticated. Svitolina’s Paka dress is fun too, the colors and fit are really flattering. Nothing too special from the big guns Adidas and Nike. Overall, really miss the era when Sharapova, Ivanovic, Serena, Woniacki etc played! It had big fashion moments!!


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