Adidas strides confidently into the 2024 tennis season! Former Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki steps forward to unveil the centerpiece of their latest collection, the Melbourne Pro Dress, while Karolina Muchova and Jessica Pegula are showcasing new ensembles. Join us as we delve into the details about all the new light green and purple designs set to be launched by WTA players in Australia.
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In a soothing soft green shade, Wozniacki’s Adidas Melbourne Pro Dress delivers more than just style. Its refined texture and precisely engineered venting combine to guarantee a breathable, luxuriously comfortable experience. With an exquisite asymmetrical hemline and a complementing separate shortie, this garment introduces the cutting-edge Airchill technology, purposefully designed to enhance airflow for unparalleled cooling comfort.
The Adidas Melbourne Match Pro Tank, modeled by Pegula and Muchova, comes in both silver green and preloved fig (purple) variations.
It boasts a crew neckline and is crafted from a breathable jacquard mesh fabric with two-tone yarns. The full-coverage tank includes mesh fabric inserts at the shoulders and incorporates HEAT.RDY moisture-wicking technology coupled with Airchill innovation, effectively cooling the body while removing sweat.
Another top option is the Adidas Melbourne Pro Tank, a distinctive wrap-style racerback design with a wavy printed graphic. The center back features a breathable mesh insert, while the chest area is double-layered for added opacity.
The Adidas Melbourne Pro Print Skirt is designed with two airy asymmetrical mesh layers featuring neatly finished merrowed edges. The bottom layer displays a subtle print, while the skirt includes a wide elastic waistband and built-in shortie for added comfort. It also showcases the company’s logo at the back waist and incorporates AEROREADY moisture-wicking technology.
If players prefer shorts, they can opt for the Adidas Spring Match Short, as seen worn by Pegula in the photoshoot.
For warm-up, the collection offers the Melbourne Full Zip Pro Jacket. This item comes equipped with a hood and an adjustable elastic drawcord and toggles at the waist for a customized fit. Its design includes raglan sleeves for enhanced mobility and a full mesh fabric lining to ensure comfort.
During colder weather, the Adidas Melbourne Woven Pro Pant provides a solution. These pants feature distinctive curvy contrast flat seaming details, an elastic waist with an inner drawcord for a personalized fit, convenient side pockets, and zippered ankles for effortless on/off functionality.
Share your thoughts on the Adidas-sponsored players’ attire designed for the first Grand Slam of the season. Are the calming colors resonating with you for the Australian tournament?
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