adidas launches adidas by Stella McCartney barricade at the Australian Open as the first chapter of the 2013 adidas women’s campaign to be launched in March.
Highlights of the adidas by Stella McCartney barricade range include a Tank and Skirt combination in White and Run Yellow for the Australian Open, and White and Legend Blue for French Open, with feminine colour blocking and sharp pleats.
Caroline Wozniacki will play in an all-in-one Dress in Run Yellow/White at the Australian Open and a feminine Fresh Blue/White Dress with lingerie inspired straps at the French Open, both incorporating sheer mesh and layering in designs exclusive to her over the course of the tournaments.
Each style in the collection uses ClimaLITE® technology in specially placed mesh zones for maximum ventilation on court, ensuring their body temperature is at optimum level even during the most intense rally.
Caroline Wozniacki‘s Australian Open outfit:
Andrea Petkovic‘s French Open outfit:
Prices range from 55 Euro for the adidas by Stella McCartney barricade Tank and Skirt Andrea Petkovic and other players will wear, 110 Euro for Caroline’s Wozniacki’s Dress and 130 Euro for the adidas adipower barricade footwear.
The new range will be available at tennis key retailers, online tennis and sport specialists as well as at the adidas by Stella McCartney flagship store in Brompton Cross, London. The range is also available at adidas.com/womens.
ATP world’s No.1 is heading into 2013 season with new HEAD SPEED racquet.
Graphene is a unique material consisting of a single two-dimensional layer of carbon atoms with exceptional properties. It’s extremely lightweight, but has a breaking strength 200 times greater than steel. The integration of Graphene™ in the racquet shaft allowed HEAD engineers to reduce weight in the middle part of the tennis racquet and shift it to functionally more relevant areas in the grip and the head instead.
This unique construction with Graphene technology allows for the first time an optimized redistribution of weight in HEAD racquets: more weight in the grip makes the racquet more manoeuvrable and easier to swing; more weight in the racquet head enables even more powerful shots – and will give Djokovic’s opponents a really hard time.
For more information please visit head.com/g
Coinciding with the release of the shoe on NIKEiD, Federer is giving his Facebook fans the chance to vote for their favorite version and the shoe with the most likes will be worn by him during his daytime matches in Melbourne.
To submit your own vote head over to Nike Tennis.
Former world number 7 Gaël Monfils has signed a multi-year endorsement deal with Japanese sportswear brand Asics.
Pretty boring commercial, what do you think?