Grand Slam clothing: Tennis fashion at Roland Garros 2024


Roland Garros 2024 isn’t just a showcase of world-class tennis; it’s also a dazzling display of style and fashion. As the world’s top WTA players take to the iconic red clay courts, they do so in outfits that blend performance and aesthetics, each representing major brands’ latest innovations. Join me as I present the standout outfits worn by the leading women in tennis, continuing my tradition of Grand Slam fashion overviews, where we explore the intersection of sports and style on the grandest stages.

Naomi Osaka custom Nike dress

Naomi Osaka always makes a statement on the court, and her custom black tennis dress by Nike is no exception. This striking outfit features a lower back cutout and a layered skirt with beige pleats peeking out from underneath a perforated black upper section.

Naomi Osaka tennis shoes

The highlight of Naomi’s outfit is undoubtedly the asymmetrical Nike GP Challenge 1 tennis shoe. This masterpiece blends images of strength and power with the mythical allure of dragons and the calming aura of flowers.

Iga Swiatek at Roland Garros 2024

World No.1 and three-time Roland Garros champion Iga Swiatek introduced a refreshing On outfit, departing from her previous designs that predominantly featured navy, black, white, and the occasional pink. The new ensemble boasts a gradient effect of purple and coral, adding a vibrant twist while maintaining a familiar silhouette with a sporty sleeveless top and skirt. Her On tennis shoes are white with pink accents.


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New Balance‘s Coco Gauff is sporting a pleated see-through skirt with a neon yellow stripe at the hem and a contrast navy elastic waistband. The American pairs it with a mesh collared top featuring a navy stripe on the collar.

Coco Gauff shoe New Balance CG1 grey

Coco’s new CG1 shoe combines various grey shades with neutral hues and a hairy suede texture.Madison Keys at Roland Garros 2024

Madison Keys and Mirra Andreeva are showcasing the latest Nike Paris collection with the Nike Summer Paris Slam Dress. This dress features a captivating dizzy print in thunder blue, exuding an energetic vibe with its yarn-dyed pattern and jacquard texture.

Mirra Andreeva at Roland Garros 2024

France’s Alize Cornet bid farewell to professional tennis in a blue Lotto ensemble accented with red details.

Alize Cornet at Roland Garros 2024

Adidas is embracing a bold yellow, black, and white combo this year. Here, we see Clara Tauson sporting the Adidas Paris Pro Tank paired with the Adidas Paris Match Pro Short.

Clara Tauson at Roland Garros 2024

Ajla Tomljanovic made a fashion statement in an eye-catching long-sleeve crop top by Original Penguin, paired with the matching Penguin Summer Geo Flounce Skirt.

Ajla Tomljanovic

Laura Siegemund is showcasing the Fila Essentials Racerback Tank in monument/quiet shade, perfectly complemented by her grey knee-high socks. The German pairs this striking top with a simple solid white skirt, creating a balanced and stylish look on the court.

Laura Siegemund

The Yonex Paris collection, worn by Caroline Garcia and Elena Rybakina, combines vibrant orange, olive, and beige tones. Here, we see Garcia in the Yonex Paris Tank, which features cross-back straps with a keyhole opening and contrast trims. She pairs it with the Yonex Paris Skirt, an all-around pleated design complete with an inner shortie for added comfort.

Caroline Garcia

Sofia Kenin represents FP Movement in a stunning blue ensemble, featuring the Summer Pleats Thank Skirt with tonal lace detailing on the sides and a rib-textured crop top.

Sofia Kenin

Pale mint and illuminating yellow dominate the Asics outfits that stand out against the red clay.

Playing the main draw of Roland Garros for the first time, Eva Lys sported the Asics Spring Match Tank, featuring a crew neckline with contrast stripes, a stylish racerback with a keyhole cutout, and textured mesh fabric panels. Made with Actibreeze technology, the tank ensures improved breathability and quick-drying, moisture-wicking performance.

The German paired it with the Asics Spring Match Skirt, which boasts a flouncy silhouette, a contrast elastic waistband with an inner drawcord, and an integrated shortie.

Eva Lys

Ons Jabeur switched from Lotto to the Saudi brand Kayanee at the start of this year, but her style remains the same—simple and sporty.

Ons Jabeur

I would love to hear your thoughts on this year’s tennis fashion at Roland Garros. Which outfits caught your eye? Share your opinions and favorite looks in the comments below!



  1. I’m so disappointed. This year RG outfits were just meh. I like Naomi’s ans her shoes, and maybe Penguin’s. But the rest is just so… Boring.
    Still disappointed ther #1 doesn’t have sth WOW (but at least it’s better than her previous outfit).|
    Dizzy Nike, weird Adidas, basic colors from Yonex, very basic and boring Lotto…
    We know how brands are limited about Wimbledon (of course they can work with patterns etc.) but I can’t wait for US Open, I hope we will receive sth interesting there.


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