Sakkari, Wang present Adidas gear for Wimbledon 2023


The Adidas FW23 whites that tennis players are expected to wear at Wimbledon seamlessly combine the timeless craftsmanship of London tailors with an innovative and sustainable tailoring approach that reduces fabric waste. Join us as we reveal more details about this new collection, set to be worn by Jessica Pegula, Maria Sakkari, Wang Xinyu, and other WTA players sponsored by the company.

Maria Sakkari is seen here in the Adidas Lawn Match Tank Pro, a slightly cropped design featuring a high-cut ribbed neckline and breathable jacquard spiral pattern. The top flawlessly pairs with the Adidas Lawn Pleat Skirt Pro, a two-piece set that can be worn together or separately — a lightweight pleated woven skirt and the matching compression short.

Wang Xinyu models the Adidas Lawn Dress Pro, featuring visuals inspired by heraldry and grid patterns found in tennis, including nets, racquets, and court line shapes.

All items in the collection boast AEROREADY moisture-wicking technology that helps players feel dry and comfortable on court. Select pieces have been created using increased pattern efficiency technology, a tailoring technique that aims to minimize fabric waste.

The white gear includes accents of lucid lime and lucid lemon. Available sizes are XS-2XL for men and 2XS-2XL for women.

Annette Steingass, Senior Director of Tennis & Court Sports Apparel, commented: “When designing our tennis collections, we always strive to honor the surface it will be worn on and the city it will be premiered in. For this collection, we took inspiration from tailors in London. We studied their unique techniques and then worked on combining those methods, that have withstood the test of time, with our technology. We’re excited to see our next gen athletes in the collection as they strive to inspire new traditions on and off the court this grass season.”

Shop Adidas FW23 London tennis collection at Tennis Warehouse USA and Tennis Warehouse Europe.



  1. Adidas really doesnt have superstar to represent their outfits anymore.
    I dont think Sakkari is marketable n her results have been slumps.
    It was dumb for Adidas to dump or didnt extend Rybakina’s to be their main face.

  2. Ian, they have Pegula, but yes, I feel their glory days are not at present. I hope that that will change soon, I love Adidas. Their best period was when Ana Ivanovic, Caroline Wozniacki, Daniela Hantuchova, Maria Kirilenko, and later Garbine Muguruza were in the spotlight.

  3. I would also include Naomi Osaka in the mix.

    Elina Svitolina may have changed to adidas- she is wearing an Adidas visor and top during her training sessions at Wimbledon?

    I wonder if Wozniacki will adidas upon her return?

  4. Karo, very good questions, to which I don’t have definite answers but I can assume. I think Wozniacki will continue to wear Adidas, because she was also wearing Adidas after retirement, in all her post-retirement practice videos. Even her home clothes were Adidas. As for Svitolina, that’s a great observation. It could well be that she has signed with Adidas, as she is wearing their gear head to toe. Moreover, she posted a “Wimbledon fit check” video on TikTok and she’s in Adidas gear.


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