Ukraine’s Marta Kostyuk is presenting her new neon yellow Wilson tennis dress ready to be debuted at the 2023 US Open.
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Amidst a playful backdrop of tennis balls, Kostyuk strikes a pose with her Blade racquet, giving us a sneak peek of her latest on-court ensemble that’s set to make waves in New York. The WTA player, who signed a landmark head-to-toe Wilson deal in January, proudly unveils the brand’s bold and brilliant yellow dress, highlighted by a timeless pleated skirt design and a blended “W” logo at center chest. Wilson’s latest sportswear drop will also feature items in classic navy and field green.
The world No.27 Kostyuk’s first-round challenge at the US Open comes from none other than last year’s Wimbledon champion and fourth seed, Elena Rybakina.
Wilson celebrates 45 years of US Open partnership
“One of Wilson’s most iconic official ball partnerships is with the US Open,” says Jason Collins, Global General Manager of Wilson Racquet Sports. “We are so proud of our 45 years in Flushing Meadows and look forward to continuing this great tradition in 2023.”
There will be a wide range of new products in-store, online and at its pop-up on the grounds of the season’s final Grand Slam. Wilson will offer its latest US Open collection of racquets and accessories, as well as “Noir,” a limited-edition drop inspired by the classic black and white Film Noir era – available in Blade V8, Pro Staff V14, Ultra V4 and Clash V2.
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