Karolina Muchova of the Czech Republic and Iga Swiatek of Poland are the 2023 French Open finalists in women’s singles. Let’s have a look at their tennis shoes, apparel and racquets.
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Karolina Muchova: Adidas outfit and Head racquet
Karolina Muchova advanced to her first Grand Slam final with a spectacular 7-6(5) 6-7(5) 7-5 victory over reigning Australian Open champion Aryna Sabalenka. The world No.43 promotes the clay-inspired Adidas Paris collection this fortnight in France.
Muchova’s Adidas Paris Tennis Match Tank – Red effortlessly blends with the iconic courts, creating a captivating visual harmony. Its unique design showcases a split back, accentuated by a large keyhole opening and a stylish twist at the hem, exuding a perfect combination of functionality and fashion-forward flair.
Supporting Muchova’s movement on dirt is this Adidas Barricade Tennis Shoe.
The Grand Slam finalist’s racquet is Head Speed MP.
Iga Swiatek: On outfit and Tecnifibre racquet
Defending champion Iga Swiatek is forging a fresh chapter of her legacy as she joins forces with her new apparel sponsor, On. Throughout her remarkable journey to the final of the 2023 French Open, the world No.1 showcased a couple of captivating outfits courtesy of her clothing partner. Each ensemble consisted of a sleeveless top and a pleated skirt.
One ensemble showcased a captivating ombre effect on one side, adding a dynamic flair to her appearance. The other outfit, with a delicate pink line on a pristine white background, evoked a subtle elegance reminiscent of the prestigious Wimbledon tournament.
While the anticipation builds for Swiatek’s transition to On footwear, the WTA ace currently remains loyal to her trusted and reliable choice: the Asics Gel Resolution 9.
Swiatek’s tennis racquet is Tecnifibre Tempo 298 Iga.
The women’s singles final is scheduled for Saturday (June 10), not before 3 p.m. local time, on Court Philippe Chatrier.